Bioactive Glasses

This book describes the history, origin and basic characteristics of bioactive materials. It includes a chapter dedicated to hydroxyapatite mineral, its formation and its bioactive properties. The authors address how cytotoxicity is a determining step for bioactivity. Applications of bioactive materials in the contexts of tissue regeneration, bone regeneration and cancer therapy are also covered. Silicate, metallic and mesoporous glasses are described, as well as the challenges and future prospects of research in this field.

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  • Author : Gurbinder Kaur
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Pages : 332 pages
  • ISBN : 3319457160
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Bioactive Glasses

Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Gurbinder Kaur
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 02 January 2017
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This book describes the history, origin and basic characteristics of bioactive materials. It includes a chapter dedicated to hydroxyapatite mineral, its formation and its bioactive properties. The authors address how cytotoxicity is a determining step for bioactivity. Applications of bioactive materials in the contexts of tissue regeneration, bone regeneration and cancer therapy are also covered. Silicate, metallic and mesoporous glasses are described, as well as the challenges and future prospects of research in this field.

Bioactive Glasses

Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Heimo Ylänen
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 15 September 2017
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Bioactive Glasses: Materials, Properties and Applications, Second Edition provides revised, expanded and updated content on the current status of this unique material, including its properties, technologies and applications. The book is suitable for those active in the biomaterials and bioengineering field, and includes eight new chapters that cover material types, computational modeling, coatings and applications. Chapters deal with the materials and mechanical properties of bioactive glass and the applications of bioactive glasses, covering their uses in wound healing, maxillofacial surgery

Bioactive Glasses

Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Aldo R Boccaccini,Delia S Brauer,Leena Hupa
  • Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Release : 28 November 2016
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The global ageing society has significantly increased the need for implant materials, which not only replace damaged or lost tissue but are also able to regenerate it. The field of bioactive glasses has been expanding continuously over recent years as they have been shown to bond with hard and soft tissue, release therapeutically active ions, and be capable of enhancing bone formation and regeneration. In addition, they are successfully being used to re-mineralise teeth, thereby making bioactive glasses highly attractive

Bioactive Glasses

Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Heimo Ylänen
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing Limited
  • Release : 01 August 2017
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Due to their biocompatibility and bioactivity, bioactive glasses are used as highly effective implant materials throughout the human body to replace or repair damaged tissue. As a result, they have been in continuous use since shortly after their invention in the late 1960s and are the subject of extensive research worldwide. This new edition of Bioactive glasses: materials, properties and applications provides revised, expanded and updated content, of the current status of this unique material, its properties, technologies and applications,

Biomedical, Therapeutic and Clinical Applications of Bioactive Glasses

Biomedical, Therapeutic and Clinical Applications of Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Gurbinder Kaur
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 22 September 2018
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Biomedical, Therapeutic and Clinical Applications of Bioactive Glasses is an essential guide to bioactive glasses, offering an overview of all aspects of the development and utilization of this cutting-edge material. The book covers vital issues, including mesoporosity, encapsulation technologies, scaffold formation and coatings for a number of applications, including drug delivery, encapsulation, scaffolds and coatings. Readers will gain a strong understanding and practical knowledge of the therapeutic aspects of bioceramics, with a focus on glasses from a clinical point-of- view.

Bioactive Glasses

Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Aldo R. Boccaccini,Delia S. Brauer,Leena Hupa
  • Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Release : 01 December 2016
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The global ageing society has significantly increased the need for implant materials, which not only replace damaged or lost tissue but are also able to regenerate it. The field of bioactive glasses has been expanding continuously over recent years as they have been shown to bond with hard and soft tissue, release therapeutically active ions, and be capable of enhancing bone formation and regeneration. In addition, they are successfully being used to re-mineralise teeth, thereby making bioactive glasses highly attractive

Bio-Glasses

Bio-Glasses
  • Author : Julian Jones,Alexis Clare
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 18 May 2012
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This new work is dedicated to glasses and their variants whichcan be used as biomaterials to repair diseased and damaged tissues.Bio-glasses are superior to other biomaterials in manyapplications, such as healing bone by signaling stem cells tobecome bone cells. Key features: First book on biomaterials to focus on bio-glasses Edited by a leading authority on bio-glasses trained by one ofits inventors, Dr Larry Hench Supported by the International Commission on Glass (ICG) Authored by members of the ICG Biomedical

An Introduction to Bioceramics

An Introduction to Bioceramics
  • Author : Larry L Hench
  • Publisher : World Scientific Publishing Company
  • Release : 06 May 2013
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This is the second edition of the classic book An Introduction to Bioceramics which provides a comprehensive overview of all types of ceramic and glass materials that are used in medicine and dentistry. The enormous growth of the field of bioceramics is due to the recognition by the medical and dental community of the importance of bioactive materials to stimulate repair and regeneration of tissues. This edition includes 21 new chapters that document the science and especially the clinical applications of

Advanced Techniques in Bone Regeneration

Advanced Techniques in Bone Regeneration
  • Author : Alessandro Rozim Zorzi,João Batista de Miranda
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 31 August 2016
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Advanced Techniques in Bone Regeneration is a book that brings together over 15 chapters, written by leading practitioners and researchers, of the latest advances in the area, including surgical techniques, new discoveries, and promising methods involving biomaterials and tissue engineering. This book is intended for all who work in the treatment of disorders involving problems with the regeneration of bone tissue, are doctors or dentists, as well as are researchers and teachers involved in this exciting field of scientific knowledge.

Bioactive Glasses

Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Daniel Arcos Navarrete,María Vallet-Regí
  • Publisher : Nova Science Publishers
  • Release : 24 July 2021
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"More than 50 years have passed since Professor Larry L. Hench discovered Bioglass. However bioactive glasses still awake the fascination of scientists, lecturers, students, dentists, orthopedic surgeons, etc. all over the world. The research developed during the subsequent decades has resulted in new materials that significantly differ from the original melt-derived Bioglass. The use of the sol-gel process in the 1990's and the discovery of mesoporous bioactive glasses in the 2000's revealed new potential applications in the field of bone regeneration

Biocompatible Glasses

Biocompatible Glasses
  • Author : Juliana Marchi
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 30 November 2016
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This book focuses on the applications of bioglasses in the biomedical field. It starts with the history and evolution of bioglasses before moving on to the structure and percolation theory, and lastly investigating their current and potential future applications in various fields including dentistry, tissue engineering, bone regeneration, ophthalmology, and drug delivery. The chapters were written by a team of international experts in the field and will be of great interest not only to material scientists, but also to medical

Coatings of Bioactive Glasses and Hydroxyapatite and Their Properties

Coatings of Bioactive Glasses and Hydroxyapatite and Their Properties
  • Author : Andrea Cattini
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 24 July 2021
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Over the last decades, biomedical research has acquired a growing importance. Moreover, the progressive population ageing, with related musculoskeletal disorders, is driving the development of innovative materials for bone implants. Though the production of prosthetic implants is nowadays a mature and well-established practice, the scientific research is constantly evolving with the aim of improving the reliability and effectiveness of the available prostheses, thus increasing their life expectancy. The purpose of the present study is the production of new-generation coatings to

Phosphate and Borate Bioactive Glasses

Phosphate and Borate Bioactive Glasses
  • Author : Akiko Obata,Delia S. Brauer,Toshihiro Kasuga
  • Publisher : ISSN
  • Release : 22 October 2021
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Inorganic glasses are successfully used in the biomedical field, in particular degradable glasses have found applications in tissue engineering, bone regeneration and tooth remineralisation. Silicate glasses are the most commonly used ones but phosphate and borate glasses are attracting more and more interest owing to their special properties, differing from those of silicate bio-glasses. Phosphate and borate glasses thus open up potential routes for new therapeutic applications. This book focuses on these emerging materials. Bridging the phosphate and borate glasses