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TitleBiomechanics and Biomaterials in Orthopedics [electronic resource] / edited by Dominique G. Poitout
ImprintLondon : Springer London : Imprint: Springer, 2004
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-3774-0
Descript XXIII, 654 p. online resource

SUMMARY

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 constantly being developed to replace missing tissue. Biomechanics and Biomaterials in Orthopedics provides an important update within this highly important field. Professor Dominique Poitout has collected a series of high-quality chapters by globally renowned researchers and clinicians. Under the auspices of the International Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (SICOT) and International Society of Orthopaedic and Traumatology Research (SIROT), this book now provides permanent and specific access to the considerable international knowledge in the field of locomotor system trauma and disease treatment using the novel bioengineering solutions. This book covers both basic concepts concerning biomaterials and biomechanics as well as their clinical application and the experience from everyday practical use. This book will be of great value to specialists in orthopedics and traumatology, while also provide an important basis for graduate and postgraduate learning


CONTENT

1 Bone as Biomaterial -- I Biocompatible Materials -- 2 Biomaterials Used in Orthopedics -- 3 Bioceramics -- 4 Tissue Adhesives in Orthopedic Surgery -- 5 Bone Materials and Tissue Banks -- 6 Bone Banks: Technical Aspects of the Preparation and Preservation of Articular Allografts -- 7 Clinical Applications of Bone Substitutes -- 8 Orthopedic Bone Cements -- 9 Calcium Phosphates in Orthopedic Surgery -- 10 Cement with Antimitotics -- 11 Striated Muscles, an Underestimated Natural Biomaterial: Their Essential Contribution to Healing and Reconstruction of Bone Defects -- 12 Wound Healing: Potential Therapeutic Modulation -- 13 Ceramic Coating -- 14 Ceramics in Orthopedics -- 15 Usual Mechanical Tests: Mechanical Properties of the Fundamental Elemental Materials -- 16 Tribology of Endoprostheses -- 17 Shape Memory Alloys and their Medical Application -- II Tissue Biomechanics and Histomorphometry -- 18 Normal Histologic Architecture of Tissue -- 19 Histology of Bone Callus -- 20 Tissue Reactions to Products of Wear and Corrosion -- 21 The Influence of Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment on Cell Multiplication -- 22 Rational Utilization of the Stress Shielding Effect of Implants -- 23 Cartilage Cells -- 24 Articular Cartilage: Biomechanics, Injury, and Surgical Treatment of Defects -- 25 Massive Allografts in Hip Reconstructions -- 26 Deep-frozen Osteochondral Allografts -- III Biomechanics of the Bone Growth -- 27 Biomechanics of the Spine During Growth -- 28 Biomechanics of the Growth Plate -- 29 Biomechanics and the Growth Plate -- 30 Fractures in Children -- 31 The Pediatric Hip -- IV Applications of Biomechanical Principles to Orthopedics and Traumatology -- 32 Custom-made Hip Prostheses -- 33 The Mega-hip Prosthesis Surrounded by Allografts -- 34 Biomechanics of Osteosynthesis by Screwed Plates -- V Applications of Biomechanics Principles to Oncology -- 35 Malignant Bone Tumors: from Ewingโ{128}{153}s Sarcoma to Osteosarcoma -- 36 Long Bone Metastasis -- 37 Rebuilding and Prostheses in the Event of Periacetabular Tumors -- VI Articular Biomechanics -- 38 The Biomechanics of the Glenohumeral Articulation and Implications for Prosthetic Design -- 39 Biomechanics of the Wrist Joint -- 40 Spinal Instability and Imbalance: Definition, Clinical Manifestations, and Biomechanics -- 41 Biomechanic Elements of the Scoliotic Spine -- 42 Pedicle Screw Fixation in Thoracic and Thoracolumbar Burst Fractures -- 43 Biomechanics of Posterior Spinal Instrumentation -- 44 Biomechanics of Sacral Fixation -- 45 Intervertebral Disk Prosthesis -- 46 Optimized Treatment of Hip Fractures -- 47 Normal and Prosthesic Hip Biomechanics -- 48 The Biomechanics of Ligaments -- 49 Knee Ligamentoplasty: Prosthetic Ligament or Ligament Allograft? -- 50 Correlated Kinematic and Dynamic Studies of the Knee Joint During the Stance Phase of Gait: Biomechanical Disturbances Introduced by a Knee Pathology -- 51 Three-dimensional Kinematic Assessment of Ligament Rupture and Surgery -- 52 Biomechanics for Total Joint Replacements -- VII Futures Prospects and New Materials -- 53 Growth Promoter: General Principles and Experimental Studies on BMP -- 54 Reconstituted Bone Xenograft as a Novel Approach to Using Xenogeneic Bone -- 55 Biomaterials: European Regulatory and Legal Aspects โ{128}{148} a Synthetic Approach


Medicine Human physiology Orthopedics Traumatology Materials science Medicine & Public Health Surgical Orthopedics Biomedicine general Human Physiology Orthopedics Traumatic Surgery Characterization and Evaluation of Materials



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