Orthopaedic Bone Cements

Bone cements are widely used in orthopaedic applications to anchor implants to existing bone, reconstruct bone and deliver bioactive agents to the body. With an increasing number of bone cements available, it is vital that the correct material is selected for specific clinical procedures. Orthopaedic bone cements reviews the most recent research in this field. Part one discusses the current uses of orthopaedic bone cements with chapters on such topics as hip replacements, verteboplasty and wear particles and osteolysis. Part two reviews materials and types of cement such as acrylic, polymethylmethacrylate and calcium phosphate cements. Chapters in Part three address the mechanical properties of bone cements such as fracture toughness and dynamic creep. The final section examines methods to enhance the properties of bone cements with coverage of themes such as antibiotic loaded bone cements and bioactive cements. With its eminent editor and multidisciplinary team of international contributors, Orthopaedic bone cements is an invaluable reference for materials scientists, medical researchers and all those involved in the development of bone cements for orthopaedic applications and joint replacement. Provides a review of recent research focussing on improving the mechanical and biological performance of bone cements Discusses the current applications of bone cements particularly in hip replacement, verteboplasty and wear particles Reviews types of materials and acrylic, polymethlymethacrylate and calcium phosphate as types of cements

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  • Author : S Deb
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 424 pages
  • ISBN : 1845695178
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Orthopaedic Bone Cements

Orthopaedic Bone Cements
  • Author : S Deb
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 16 October 2008
GET THIS BOOKOrthopaedic Bone Cements

Bone cements are widely used in orthopaedic applications to anchor implants to existing bone, reconstruct bone and deliver bioactive agents to the body. With an increasing number of bone cements available, it is vital that the correct material is selected for specific clinical procedures. Orthopaedic bone cements reviews the most recent research in this field. Part one discusses the current uses of orthopaedic bone cements with chapters on such topics as hip replacements, verteboplasty and wear particles and osteolysis. Part

Bone Cements

Bone Cements
  • Author : Klaus-Dieter Kühn
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 18 September 2011
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Methyl methacrylate (MMA) is the basic component of bone cements. To use it, a dough is prepared from the liquid and powder by mixing right before application, which is normally done by the operating team. During its working phase the dough is then inserted into the tissue where polymerization is completed. Thus, the final implant polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) is only created at the implantation site. Besides methyl methacrylate, bone cements sometimes contain other methacrylates, such as butyl methacrylate. To achieve

The Well-Cemented Total Hip Arthroplasty

The Well-Cemented Total Hip Arthroplasty
  • Author : Steffen Breusch,Henrik Malchau
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 08 February 2006
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Cemented Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA) remains one of the most successful procedures in Orthopaedic surgery. It has become very clear that it is the surgical expertise, in particular the quality of the cementing technique, which will affect long-term outcome and success. It is the intention of this book to provide an up-to-date comprehensive assessment of the entire field of cemented THA. Special emphasis has been given to practice-relevant aspects: well-illustrated and detailed operative steps as a practical guideline, a basic

Bone Cements

Bone Cements
  • Author : Klaus-Dieter Kühn
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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Methyl methacrylate (MMA) is the basic component of bone cements. To use it, a dough is prepared from the liquid and powder by mixing right before application, which is normally done by the operating team. During its working phase the dough is then inserted into the tissue where polymerization is completed. Thus, the final implant polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) is only created at the implantation site. Besides methyl methacrylate, bone cements sometimes contain other methacrylates, such as butyl methacrylate. To achieve

Joint Replacement Technology

Joint Replacement Technology
  • Author : P.A. Revell
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 09 July 2008
GET THIS BOOKJoint Replacement Technology

Joint replacement has been one of the major successes of modern medicine. Its continued success depends on effective collaboration between clinicians and researchers across many different areas in science and medicine. This important book brings together the wide range of research in this area and its implications for clinical practice. The book sets the scene with introductory chapters on joint biomechanics and tribology, materials for joint replacement and their interactions with the body, and regulatory issues. Part two reviews the

Biomechanics and Biomaterials in Orthopedics

Biomechanics and Biomaterials in Orthopedics
  • Author : Dominique G. Poitout
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 15 June 2016
GET THIS BOOKBiomechanics and Biomaterials in Orthopedics

With the constant evolution of implant technology, and improvement in the production of allograft and bone substitutes, the armamentarium of the orthopaedic surgeon has significantly expanded. In particular, the recent involvement of nanotechnologies opens up the possibilities of new approaches in the interactive interfaces of implants. With many important developments occurring since the first edition of this well-received book, this updated resource informs orthopaedic practitioners on a wide range of biomechanical advances in one complete reference guide. Biomechanics and Biomaterials

Cement Based Materials

Cement Based Materials
  • Author : Hosam El-Din M. Saleh,Rehab Abdel Rahman
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 10 October 2018
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Cement-based materials have been used by humans nearly since the dawn of civilization. The Egyptians used lime and gypsum cement to bind their aggregate materials, mud and straw, resulting in bricks that are used for building their famous Egyptian pyramids (between 3000 and 2500 BC). Hydrated cement is a cement material bonded together with water and used for building construction; it is characterized by acceptable chemical, physical, thermal, mechanical, and structural stability. It plays a main role in the creation of vessels

Bone Cements and Cementing Technique

Bone Cements and Cementing Technique
  • Author : U. Henze,G.H.I.M. Walenkamp,D.W. Murray,H.-J. Kock
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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G. H. I. M. WALENKAMP, D. W. MURRAY Since the first use of bone cement, there has been much discussion about this important tool in arthroplasty. Many authors consider the cemented prosthesis as the gold standard when evaluating the outcome of primary prostheses. In a large number of total hip arthroplasties, as registered in the Scandi navian Hip Registers, important differences in revision risks have been docu mented between hospitals. These differences are partly due to the use of di

Biomechanics and Biomaterials in Orthopedics

Biomechanics and Biomaterials in Orthopedics
  • Author : Dominique G. Poitout
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 02 July 2004
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Current clinical orthopedic practice requires practitioners to have extensive knowledge of a wide range of disciplines from molecular biology to bioengineering and from the application of new methods to the evaluation of outcome. The biomechanics of and biomaterials used in orthopedics have become increasingly important as the possibilities have increased to treat patients with foreign material introduced both as optimized osteosynthesis after trauma and as arthroplasties for joint diseases, sequelae of trauma or for tumor treatment. Furthermore, biomaterial substitutes are

Infection and Local Treatment in Orthopedic Surgery

Infection and Local Treatment in Orthopedic Surgery
  • Author : E. Meani,C. Romanò,L. Crosby,G. Hofmann
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 27 April 2007
GET THIS BOOKInfection and Local Treatment in Orthopedic Surgery

The management of orthopedic infection is an area of growing importance in orthopedic surgery. This text provides a complete overview from basic research to clinical application and future perspectives in the treatment of orthopedic infection emphasizing the role of local therapy. Coverage details the various approaches to the treatment of orthopedic infections, making the book an important tool for the daily practice of its readers.

The Engineering of Human Joint Replacements

The Engineering of Human Joint Replacements
  • Author : J. A. McGeough
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 25 October 2013
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Since the major pioneering of joint replacement surgery more than fifty years ago, much research and progress has been made in the field of arthroplasty with new insights into better materials, types of cement and bone-cell compatible coatings, and a better understanding of the causes of implant failure. With an increasingly ageing population the requirement for arthroplastic surgery is manifest; over 800,000 hips worldwide are replaced each year, and replacement surgery is performed for almost every joint of the body. The

Interfaces in Total Hip Arthroplasty

Interfaces in Total Hip Arthroplasty
  • Author : Ian D. Learmouth
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 16 June 2021
GET THIS BOOKInterfaces in Total Hip Arthroplasty

Total hip arthroplasty is carried out to relieve pain and restore function and the implant should outlast the patient. However, failure at one of the interfaces represents the commonest cause of failure of total hip replacement. The durability of the fixation interfaces and the articular interface are therefore critical in determining the long-term performance of the implant. This book accesses the opinions of a number of experts in their field on the important issues and factors influencing the component cement

Developments and Applications of Calcium Phosphate Bone Cements

Developments and Applications of Calcium Phosphate Bone Cements
  • Author : Changsheng Liu,Hongyan He
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 20 October 2017
GET THIS BOOKDevelopments and Applications of Calcium Phosphate Bone Cements

This book presents a state-of-the-art review of the latest advances in developing calcium- phosphate bone cements and their applications. It covers the synthesis methods, characterization approaches, material modification and novel binders, as well as the fabrication technologies of calcium-phosphate-based biomaterials in regenerative medicine and their clinical applications. It also highlights methodologies for fabricating scaffolds, biofunctional surfaces/interfaces and subsequently modulating the host response to implantable/injectable materials, and integrates a series of discussions and insights into calcium-phosphate cements and constructs

Biomedical Composites

Biomedical Composites
  • Author : Luigi Ambrosio
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 23 November 2009
GET THIS BOOKBiomedical Composites

Biocomposites are widely used in the medical industry to repair and restore bone, tooth, cartilage skin and other tissues. Biomedical composites, provides a thorough review of the current status, recent progress and future trends in composites for biomedical applications. Part one discusses the fundamentals of biocomposites with chapters on natural composites, design and fabrication of biocomposites, and hard and soft tissue applications of biocomposites. Part two then reviews applications of biocomposites. Chapters discuss composites for bone repair, composite coatings for