BiomMedD V : Selected, Peer Reviewed Papers from the 5th International Conference "Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Medical Devices" (BiomMedD 2012), August 29 - September 1, 2012, Constanta, Romania.

By: Antoniac, Iulian
Contributor(s): Cotruț, Cosmin Mihai | Antoniac, Aurora
Series: Key Engineering Materials: Publisher: Zurich : Trans Tech Publications, Limited, 2013Copyright date: ©2014Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (181 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783038262473Subject(s): Biomedical materials -- Congresses.;Tissue engineering -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: BiomMedD V : Selected, Peer Reviewed Papers from the 5th International Conference "Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Medical Devices" (BiomMedD 2012), August 29 - September 1, 2012, Constanta, RomaniaDDC classification: 610.28 LOC classification: R857.M3.B56 2012ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- BiomMedD V -- Preface and Committees -- Table of Contents -- Chapter 1: Nanomaterials, Metallic Biomaterials & Coatings -- Nano-Iron Oxides Used for Environmental Applications -- Stainless Steels with Biocompatible Properties for Medical Devices -- Obtaining and Characterization of Biocompatible Co-Cr as Cast Alloys -- Corrosion Behavior of Ti6Al4V Coated with SiOx by PECVD Technology -- Structural Analysis of Steels by Cavitation Erosion -- Calorimetric Analysis of a Mg-Zn-Zr Alloy Processed by Equal Channel Angular Pressing via Route A -- Surface Characterization of Some CoCrMo Dental Alloys -- Correlation between Materials, Design and Clinical Issues in the Case of Associated Use of Different Stainless Steels as Implant Materials -- Chapter 2: Bioceramics & Biocomposites -- Control of Crystallinity of Hydroxyapatite Sheet -- In Vitro Response and Adhesive Strength of Titanium and Hydroxyapatite Bilayer-Films on Polyetheretherketone Substrate -- Innovative Composite HA Scaffold Rapid Prototyping for Bone Reconstruction: An In Vitro Pilot Study -- Chapter 3: Biopolymers, Biocompatibility & Drug Delivery -- New Polyurethane Sealants Containing Rosin for Non-Invasive Disc Regeneration Surgery -- UV Light as a Tool for Surface Modification of Polymeric Biomaterials -- The Functionalization of Remaining Solvent in Polymeric Membrane Pores for Biomedical Applications -- In Situ Generation of Polyaniline inside Zeolite Pores for Retention of Ions and for Controlled Drug Delivery -- Biopolymer Blends as Potential Biomaterials and Cosmetic Materials -- Alternative Approaches Using Animal Model for Implant Biomaterials: Advantages and Disadvantages -- Specific Biomaterials Used within the Department of Anatomy -- Chapter 4: Bioengineering.
Computing Simulation of the Influence of Plate Design, Material, and Screw Positioning on Biomechanical Behavior of Ulna Bone Plates -- An Electrical Field Numerical Simulation of Implantable Pacing Electrodes -- Comparison of Plantar Arch Index Calculated from Ink and Electronic Footprints -- Energy Dispersive Techniques Using X-Ray Fluorescence with Primary X-Rays for Human Hard Tissues Analysis -- Chapter 5: Biomaterials Application in Surgery -- Investigation of a Mechanical Valve Impairment after Eight Years of Implantation -- Development of Modified Viscoelastic Solution with Magnetic Nanoparticles - Potential Method for Targeted Treatment of Chondral Injuries -- Clinical, Biomechanical and Biomaterials Approach in the Case of Fracture Repair Using Different Systems Type Plate-Screw -- New Devices for Optimization of Renoureteral Lithiasis Treatment Using ESWL -- Chapter 6: Dental Materials -- The Influence of Classical and Modern Manufacturing Technologies on the Properties of Metal Dental Bridges -- Numerical Analyses of Stresses and Strains in Bone - Implant Assembly -- Cobalt Based Alloys for Dental Applications -- Keywords Index -- Authors Index.
Summary: This special collection is devoted to current trends and developments in the field of biomaterials, tissue engineering and medical devices. This volume targets basic research and developments ranging from experimental and theoretical aspects about biomaterials to final applications of biomaterials in orthopedics and dentistry. The 29 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Nanomaterials, Metallic Biomaterials & Coatings; Chapter 2: Bioceramics & Biocomposites; Chapter 3: Biopolymers, Biocompatibility & Drug Delivery; Chapter 4: Bioengineering; Chapter 5: Biomaterials Application in Surgery; Chapter 6: Dental Materials.Extended versions of 29 papers report findings on nanomaterials, metallic biomaterials, and coatings; bioceramics and biocomposites; biopolymers, biocompatibility, and drug delivery; bioengineering; biomaterials applications in surgery; and dental materials. Among specific topics are the structural analysis of steels by cavitation erosion, the response and adhesive strength of titanium and hydroxyapatite bilayer films on polyetheretherketone substrate, biopolymer blends as potential biomaterials and cosmetic materials, investigating a mechanical valve impairment after eight years of implantation, and the numerical analysis of stresses and strains in a bone-implant assembly.
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Intro -- BiomMedD V -- Preface and Committees -- Table of Contents -- Chapter 1: Nanomaterials, Metallic Biomaterials & Coatings -- Nano-Iron Oxides Used for Environmental Applications -- Stainless Steels with Biocompatible Properties for Medical Devices -- Obtaining and Characterization of Biocompatible Co-Cr as Cast Alloys -- Corrosion Behavior of Ti6Al4V Coated with SiOx by PECVD Technology -- Structural Analysis of Steels by Cavitation Erosion -- Calorimetric Analysis of a Mg-Zn-Zr Alloy Processed by Equal Channel Angular Pressing via Route A -- Surface Characterization of Some CoCrMo Dental Alloys -- Correlation between Materials, Design and Clinical Issues in the Case of Associated Use of Different Stainless Steels as Implant Materials -- Chapter 2: Bioceramics & Biocomposites -- Control of Crystallinity of Hydroxyapatite Sheet -- In Vitro Response and Adhesive Strength of Titanium and Hydroxyapatite Bilayer-Films on Polyetheretherketone Substrate -- Innovative Composite HA Scaffold Rapid Prototyping for Bone Reconstruction: An In Vitro Pilot Study -- Chapter 3: Biopolymers, Biocompatibility & Drug Delivery -- New Polyurethane Sealants Containing Rosin for Non-Invasive Disc Regeneration Surgery -- UV Light as a Tool for Surface Modification of Polymeric Biomaterials -- The Functionalization of Remaining Solvent in Polymeric Membrane Pores for Biomedical Applications -- In Situ Generation of Polyaniline inside Zeolite Pores for Retention of Ions and for Controlled Drug Delivery -- Biopolymer Blends as Potential Biomaterials and Cosmetic Materials -- Alternative Approaches Using Animal Model for Implant Biomaterials: Advantages and Disadvantages -- Specific Biomaterials Used within the Department of Anatomy -- Chapter 4: Bioengineering.

Computing Simulation of the Influence of Plate Design, Material, and Screw Positioning on Biomechanical Behavior of Ulna Bone Plates -- An Electrical Field Numerical Simulation of Implantable Pacing Electrodes -- Comparison of Plantar Arch Index Calculated from Ink and Electronic Footprints -- Energy Dispersive Techniques Using X-Ray Fluorescence with Primary X-Rays for Human Hard Tissues Analysis -- Chapter 5: Biomaterials Application in Surgery -- Investigation of a Mechanical Valve Impairment after Eight Years of Implantation -- Development of Modified Viscoelastic Solution with Magnetic Nanoparticles - Potential Method for Targeted Treatment of Chondral Injuries -- Clinical, Biomechanical and Biomaterials Approach in the Case of Fracture Repair Using Different Systems Type Plate-Screw -- New Devices for Optimization of Renoureteral Lithiasis Treatment Using ESWL -- Chapter 6: Dental Materials -- The Influence of Classical and Modern Manufacturing Technologies on the Properties of Metal Dental Bridges -- Numerical Analyses of Stresses and Strains in Bone - Implant Assembly -- Cobalt Based Alloys for Dental Applications -- Keywords Index -- Authors Index.

This special collection is devoted to current trends and developments in the field of biomaterials, tissue engineering and medical devices. This volume targets basic research and developments ranging from experimental and theoretical aspects about biomaterials to final applications of biomaterials in orthopedics and dentistry. The 29 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Nanomaterials, Metallic Biomaterials & Coatings; Chapter 2: Bioceramics & Biocomposites; Chapter 3: Biopolymers, Biocompatibility & Drug Delivery; Chapter 4: Bioengineering; Chapter 5: Biomaterials Application in Surgery; Chapter 6: Dental Materials.Extended versions of 29 papers report findings on nanomaterials, metallic biomaterials, and coatings; bioceramics and biocomposites; biopolymers, biocompatibility, and drug delivery; bioengineering; biomaterials applications in surgery; and dental materials. Among specific topics are the structural analysis of steels by cavitation erosion, the response and adhesive strength of titanium and hydroxyapatite bilayer films on polyetheretherketone substrate, biopolymer blends as potential biomaterials and cosmetic materials, investigating a mechanical valve impairment after eight years of implantation, and the numerical analysis of stresses and strains in a bone-implant assembly.

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