Bioceramics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780750602693, 9781483193649

Bioceramics

1st Edition

Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Ceramics in Medicine London, UK, September 1991

Editors: W. Bonfield G. W. Hastings K.E. Tanner
eBook ISBN: 9781483193649
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 2nd September 1991
Page Count: 388
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Description

Bioceramics is a collection of papers that deals in bioactive ceramics, glasses, and composites, focusing on the optimization of the implant-tissue interface.
One paper discusses the osteogenic response of rat bone marrow cells in porous alumina, in hydroxyapatite, and in Kiel bone. Marrow cells loaded alumina and HA ceramics show new bone formation; Kiel bone use does not point to any consistent osteogenesis. Another paper presents the potential of an injectable form of Bioglass to treat urinary incontinence. When injected, it remains at the injection site by bonding to soft tissues without degrading, migrating, or producing an inflammatory reaction. Another paper presents an in vitro method that has shown osteoclast-like cells can resorb artificial calcium phosphate substrata in vitro. The differences in bone bonding mechanisms between surface active ceramics and resorbable ceramics show some chemical bonding and direct contact with the bone. The book also presents some clinical uses of bioactive ceramics such as the successful artificial root therapeutics involving 219 artificial roots implanted in 63 patients.
This book can prove valuable to bio-chemists, cellular biologists, micro-biologists, developmental biologists, and scientists involved in biomaterials research.

Table of Contents


Alumina Ceramics

Osteogenic Response of Rat Bone Marrow Cells in Porous Alumina, Hydroxyapatite and Kiel Bone

Ceramic Surfaces as Wear Partners for Polyethylene

Comparative Studies of Plasma Sprayed Alumina Coatings Aiming at Hard Tissue Substitutions

Ten Year Survivorship of Cemented Ceramic-Ceramic Total Hip Replacement

Alumina Total Joint Replacement of the First Metatarso-Phalangeal Joint

Histological Study of Acetabular Clear Zone after Acetabular Reaming for Hip Arthoplasty using an Alumina Ceramic Endoprosthesis and a Metal One

Preparation of Bioactive Ceramics

Apatite Chemistry in Biomaterial Preparation, Shaping and Biological Behavior

Crystal Chemistry and Biocompatibility of oc-TCP produced from TCP by a Plasma Spraying Technique

The Production and Characterisation of a Hydroxyapatite Ceramic Material

Preliminary Studies on Castable Apatite-Mullite Glass-Ceramics

Effect of Strontium Content on the Mechanical Properties of Bone and Sintered Hydroxyapatite

Slip Casting of Hydroxyapatite with Differential Porosity

Development and Use of an Injectable Form of Bioglass®

Bioactive Glasses and Ceramics In Vitro

Crystallographic Aspects of the Growth of Calcium Phosphate on Type I Collagen and Hydroxyapatite

Apatite Formation on Ceramics, Metals and Polymers Induced by a CaO, Si()2 Based Glass in a Simulated Body Fluid

Resorption of Calcium Hydroxyapatite Substrata by Osteoclast-like Cells in Vitro

Reactions in and at the Surface of Bioactive Glasses in Aqueous Solutions

In Vitro Dissolution and Precipitation of Calcium Phosphate Phases on Various Biomaterials Correlates with in Vivo Bioactivity

Influence of Metal Ions on the Dissolution Behaviour of Hydroxyapatite

The Kinetics of Bioactive Ceramics Part III: Surface Reactions for Bioactive Glasses compared with an Inactive Glass

Bioactive Glasses and Ceramics In Vivo

Differences in Bone Bonding Mechanisms between Surface Active

Ceramics and Resorbable Ceramics: Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopic Study

Characterization of Bone-Glass Ceramic Interface

A Histological and Ultrastructural Assessment of the Tissue Response to Calcium Phosphate Ceramics

In Vivo Response to Ceramic Percutaneous Implants

The Replacing Behavior of Tetra-Calciumphosphate (TeCP)- Alteration to Bone Tissues In Vivo

Bone Interfaces with Retrieved Alumina and Hydroxyapatite Ceramics

Modified Hydroxyapatite Granules and Plaster as Binder: In Vitro and Clinical Tests

Osteogenic Capacity of Hydroxyapatite-Coated Porous Calcium Carbonate Implants

Clinical Uses of Bioactive Ceramics

Clinical Applications of Hydroxyapatite Artifical Root of Fibrous Tissue Attachment Type

Dental Applications of Bioglass® Implants

Hydroxyapatite-Polyethylene Composite in Orbital Surgery

Solo Implantation of Porous Cuboidal Hydroxyapatite for the Treatment of Simple Bone Cysts

Hyperthermic Treatment of Experimental Bone Tumours with a Bioactive Ferromagnetic Glass-Ceramic

Clinical Application of Hydroxyapatite Fillers for Pyogenic Osteomyelitis

Ceramic Composites and Bioactive Bone Cements

Carbon Fiber Re-inforced Ceramic Composite for Biomaterials

Reinforcement of Hydroxyapatite with Ceramic and Metal Fibers

Coral Based and Sintered Hydroxylapatite Blocks Reinforced with Fibrous Cage-like Polylactide Composite: A Comparative Study

A Novel Bioactive Bone Cement based on CaO-SiO2-P2Os-CaF2 Glass

Advanced Bone Cement for Long Term Orthopaedic Implantations

Hydroxyapatite Coatings

Ultrastructural, Crystallographic and Chemical Analysis of Different Calcium Phosphate Plasma Coatings Before Implantation

Biphasic Calcium Phosphate and HA Coated Implants: Mechanical Tests and Biological Evaluations After Implantation in Rabbit Cortical Bone

Electrochemical Impedance Studies on Calcium Phosphate-Metal Interfaces

Porous Titanium Implants with and without Hydroxyapatite Coating: A Biomechanical Study

Mechanical Characterisation of Plasma-Sprayed Hydroxyapatite-Titanium Alloy Interfaces

Osseointegration of Hydroxyapatite Coated and Un-coated pure

Titanium mesh Implants in an Infected Implantation Site. Results of an Animal Experiment

Cell Material Adhesion and Cytoskeletons

Endodontic-Endosseous Anchoring Method using Hydroxyapatite Sprayed Titanium Sticks

Author Index

Subject Index

Details

No. of pages:
388
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 1991
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9781483193649

About the Editor

W. Bonfield

G. W. Hastings

K.E. Tanner

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