4 edition of Synthetic bioabsorbable polymers for implants found in the catalog.
Synthetic bioabsorbable polymers for implants
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||C. Mauli Agrawal, Jack E. Parr, and Steve T. Lin, editors.|
|Series||STP -- 1396., ASTM special technical publication -- 1396.|
|Contributions||Agrawal, C. Mauli, Parr, Jack E., Lin, Steve T., 1947-|
|LC Classifications||R857.P6 S954 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||00040612|
Periodontal diseases involve injuries to the supporting structures of the tooth and, if left untreated, can lead to the loss of the tooth. Regenerative periodontal therapies aim, ideally, at healing all the damaged periodontal tissues and represent a significant clinical and societal challenge for the current ageing population. This review provides a picture of the currently-used biomaterials Cited by: Synthetic bioabsorbable polymers, such as poly-lactic acid (PLA) and its copolymers (PLA-based polymers), have attracted a lot of attention in the medical field. With their excellent biocompatibility, mechanical properties, and tunable biodegradability, PLA-based polymers have found uses in various clinical applications, including sutures and Cited by: 3.
The Encyclopedia of Biomedical Polymers & Polymeric Biomaterials presents state-of-the-art research and development on the application of novel polymers in a vital area. This groundbreaking work includes the insight of a large number of contributors from around the world who offer a broad-based perspective on a multitude of : Munmaya Mishra. Artificial polymers, i.e., polymers of non-natural origin, can be degradable in vivo and thus serve in time-limited biomedical or pharmacological therapy. The potential of these degradable polymers is discussed with respect to bioresorbability, with a special attention to polymers of the poly (α -hydroxy acid) type.
With the increasing use of bioabsorbable implants in a variety of clinical conditions, potential advantages in selected spinal applications are now being realized. Newer polymers with biomechanical properties relevant to the requirements of specific spinal implants and resorption rates appropriate for specific spinal applications are being Cited by: A variety of natural, synthetic, and biosynthetic polymers such as poly(L-lactide), polyhydroxyalkanoate, and poly(ε-caprolactone) are biocompatible and environmentally degradable. Biodegradability can therefore be engineered into polymers by the judicious addition of chemical linkages such as anhydride, ester, or amide bonds, among others. Poly(L-lactide) (PLLA) has attracted increasing Author: Ali Nabipour Chakoli.
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Synthetic bioabsorbable polymers for implants. West Conshohocken, PA: American Society for Testing and Materials, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Mauli Agrawal; Jack E Parr; Steve T Lin.
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Main Synthetic Bioabsorbable Polymers for Implants (ASTM Special Technical Publication, ) Synthetic Bioabsorbable Polymers for Implants (ASTM Special Technical Publication, ) Chandra Mauli Agrawal, Jack E. Parr, and Steve T.
Lin, editors. 12 papers provide an overview of the use of synthetics bioabsorbable polymers and address the. Synthetic biodegradable polymers were first used commercially as medical implants in the late s with the introduction of the biodegradable suture material Dexon®. 4 A steady progression in biodegradable polymer development has led to a growth in their experimental and clinical use in the fields of orthopaedics and traumatology as fracture Cited by: Bioresorbable polymers.
Synthetic biodegradable polymers were first used commercially as medical implants in the late s with the introduction of the biodegradable suture material Dexon ®.
4 A steady progression in biodegradable polymer development has lead to a growth in their experimental and clinical use in the fields of orthopaedics and Cited by: Many opportunities exist for the application of synthetic biodegradable polymers in the biomedical area particularly in the fields of tissue engineering and controlled drug delivery.
Degradation is important in biomedicine for many reasons. Degradation of the polymeric implant means surgical intervention may not be required in order to remove the implant at the end of its functional life.
Synthetic polymers offer enormous possibilities for the preparation of porous systems, controlled degradable matrices and modulated scaffolds for Tissue engineering and Drug delivery. Synthetic Bioabsorbable Polymers for Implants PDF By:Chandra Mauli Agrawal,Jack E. Parr,Steve T. Lin Published on by ASTM International.
From a November symposium in Kansas City, Missouri, 12 papers explore aspects of biological implants that are absorbed by the body over time from the perspective of materials science.
CHAPTER 13 Implantable drug delivery systems: An overview Mechanism of drug release from biodegradable implants The drug release from biodegradable polymeric systems is cont rolled. Bioabsorbable Implants in Orthopaedics - Dr Chintan N Patel 1. BioabsorbableBioabsorbable implants inimplants in orthopaedicsorthopaedics Dept of Orthopaedics, J.N.
Medical College and Dr. Prabhakar Kore Hospital and MRC, Belgaum INDIAN JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDICS October Volume Number 4: P. This guide describes general guidelines for the chemical, physical, mechanical, biocompatibility, and preclinical assessments of implantable synthetic polymeric absorbable devices.
This guide also describes evaluation methods that are potentially useful and should be considered when assessing absorbable implants or implant components. With state-of-the-art scientific processing capabilities, unique compounded material combinations, breadth of complimentary technologies, IP in high strength solutions and a robust Quality System, DSM is a true turnkey provider of advanced medical products and devices with a focus on quality to improve patient outcomes.
Absorv bioabsorbable products are particularly suitable for medical applications seeking to provide an alternative to metal stents or other components. Absorv products are extruded from synthetic homopolymers such as PLA, PGA, PCL, and others.
These materials can be combined by our design engineers as copolymers to achieve controlled degradation profiles for absorbable scaffolds. Recent progress made in biomaterials and their clinical applications is well known. In the last five decades, great advances have been made in the field of biomaterials, including ceramics, glasses, polymers, composites, glass-ceramics and metal alloys.
A variety of bioimplants are currently used in either one of the aforesaid forms. Some of these materials are designed to degrade or to be Cited by: Offering nearly references more than the first edition-Polymeric Biomaterials, Second Edition is an up-to-the-minute source for plastics and biomedical engineers, polymer scientists, biochemists, molecular biologists, macromolecular chemists, pharmacists, cardiovascular and plastic surgeons, and graduate and medical students in these disciplines.4/5(1).
Synthetic Bioabsorbable Polymers for Implants (ASTM Special Technical Publication, ) Astm International Chandra Mauli Agrawal, Jack E. Parr, and Steve T. Lin, editors. Orthopedic Implants: Applications of Bioabsorbable Polymers / Lígia Figueiredo, Frederico Castelo Ferreira, Luís F.V.
Pinto, Nuno Ribeiro, Nuno Guitian Oliveira and Alexandra Rodrigues. Oxo-Biodegradable Polymers / Emo Chiellini, Stefania Cometa and Andrea Corti. Packaging, Active and Intelligent: Polymer Applications / Panuwat Suppakul. Synthetic bioabsorbable polymers for implants - American Society for Testing and Materials - West Conshohocken, PA.
Book Review - IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine. In-text: (Ebnesajjad, ) Your Bibliography: Ebnesajjad, S., Fluoroplastics, vol. 1 - non-melt processible fluoroplastics - Book Review. Author(s): Agrawal,C Mauli(Chandra Mauli); Parr,Jack E; Lin,Steve T, Title(s): Synthetic bioabsorbable polymers for implants/ C.
Mauli Agrawal, Jack E. Parr. The use of the vibrating particle technique to fabricate highly permeable biodegradable scaffolds, in STP Synthetic Bioabsorbable Polymers for Implants, CM.
Agrawal, J. Cited by: 2.The increasing use of bioabsorbable polymeric materials in medicine has stimulated researchers in the materials field to search for solutions for the replacement of metallic artifacts by bioabsorbable polymers. Therefore, this study describes the in vitro degradation of PHBV, PCL and the blends of these polymers, both of which are bioabsorbable by: Usage of bioabsorbable implants as alternatives to conventional synthetic implants has increased in the past few years.
These implants get dissolved in the body and are replaced by natural bones. The implant disappears after fixation is completed, without leaving any foreign material on the tissue surface/5(14).