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by Sergey Barinov,Vladimir Komlev

Download Calcium Phosphate Based Bioceramics for Bone Tissue Engineering (Materials Science Foundations) eBook
ISBN:
0878493808
Author:
Sergey Barinov,Vladimir Komlev
Category:
Biological Sciences
Language:
English
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Trans Tech Pubn (October 31, 2008)
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162 pages
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Calcium phosphates (CaP) based materials are widely recognized as the most suitable matrix for bone . Calcium phosphates and bioactive glasses were the first bioceramics that were specifically developed for bone repair. The idea behind the development of these bioceramics.

Calcium phosphates (CaP) based materials are widely recognized as the most suitable matrix for bone tissue engineering. The cationic and anionic substitutions of CaP structure by the elements and groups of biological importance seem to be the effective ways to improve the properties of CaP-based substances to achieve the material's desired parameters.

Typically, bone tissue engineering approaches foresee the use of scaffolding material . Sergey Barinov and Vladimir Komlev.

Typically, bone tissue engineering approaches foresee the use of scaffolding material combined with tissue cells. Keywords: This book, Calcium phosphate based bioceramics for bone tissue engineering, presents an up-to-date overview of the latest developments made in the field of calcium phosphate ceramics, with particular emphasis being placed on the results obtained by its authors. The book makes a tour of the fundamental concepts of crystallo-chemistry, basic properties and synthesis techniques; including cation- and anion-substituted compounds.

Typically, bone tissue engineering approaches foresee the use of scaffolding material combined with tissue . An advanced scaffolding material for tissue engineering must exhibit high quality, reliability, sustainability and cost-effectiveness throughout the individual's life and provide new advanced levels of medical assistance in therapy and surgery. oceedings{, title {Calcium phosphate based bioceramics for bone tissue engineering}, author {Sergey M. Barinov and Vladimir S. Komlev}, year {2008} }. Sergey M. Barinov, Vladimir S. Komlev.

calcium phosphate materials sintering ceramic composite materials .

calcium phosphate materials sintering ceramic composite materials microstructure octacalcium phosphate. Translated by O. Maslova. O. Suzuki, Octacalcium phosphate (OCP)-based bone substitute materials, Jpn. Dental Sci. Rev.

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Calcium phosphates are among the most widely used bioceramics with excellent bioresorption and compatibility specific to enhance bone repair. In 2016, Zou et al. reported using a zinc calcium phosphate coating on a new class of magnesium biodegradable and biocompatible metal alloys to improve the surface cyto- and hemocompatibility, producing lower levels of hemolysis below 5% and having very little influence on blood cells

Calcium Phosphate Based Bioceramics for Bone Tissue Engineering This book, Calcium phosphate based bioceramics for bone tissue.

Calcium Phosphate Based Bioceramics for Bone Tissue Engineering. This book, Calcium phosphate based bioceramics for bone tissue engineering, presents an up-to-date overview of the latest developments made in the field of calcium phosphate ceramics, with particular emphasis being placed on the re-sults obtained by its authors. Lithium Iron Phosphate: A Promising Cathode-Active Material for Lithium Secondary Batteries.

ABSTRACT: Doped calcium carbonate-phosphate is a biocompatible material that influence actively on the osteogenesis, bone regenerate, strengthening of bone and dental tissues including through the skin. A mechanism of the synthesis reactions of doped nanocrystalline calcium carbonate-phosphate an oscillating type of model for these reactions is proposed

In particular, the book discusses the suitability of these orthophosphates for biomedical . Part II Calcium Orthophosphate Bioceramics in Medicine 125. 8 Introduction 127. References 128.

In particular, the book discusses the suitability of these orthophosphates for biomedical applications and their use as bone grafts in surgery and medicine.

Bone tissue engineering is a novel, developing and challenging science which provides a new way to repair bone lost from injury and disease. Porous calcium polyphosphate bioceramic is one kind of absorptable bioceramic

Bone tissue engineering is a novel, developing and challenging science which provides a new way to repair bone lost from injury and disease. Porous calcium polyphosphate bioceramic is one kind of absorptable bioceramic.

Tissue engineering is a new biotechnology that combines various aspects of medicine, biology and engineering, in order to produce, repair or replace human tissue. It is therefore easy to grasp the potential of these new therapies in helping to improve the quality-of-life of patients suffering from rare diseases. Typically, bone tissue engineering approaches foresee the use of scaffolding material combined with tissue cells. An advanced scaffolding material for tissue engineering must exhibit high quality, reliability, sustainability and cost-effectiveness throughout the individual's life and provide new advanced levels of medical assistance in therapy and surgery. One particular requirement of bone tissue engineering is that the scaffold should be porous because, in that form, large numbers of cells can be incorporated.This book, "Calcium Phosphate Based Bioceramics for Bone Tissue Engineering", presents an up-to-date overview of the latest developments made in the field of calcium phosphate ceramics, with particular emphasis being placed on the results obtained by its authors. This book makes a tour of the fundamental concepts of crystallo-chemistry, basic properties and synthesis techniques; including cation- and anion-substituted compounds. The technological aspects and properties of various related materials, such as ceramic granules, dense and porous ceramics, composites and bone cements, are also described. Finally, the results of key biological studies are presented. This book will be essential reading material for anyone having an interest in either calcium phosphate biomaterials or bone tissue engineering methodologies.