Download e-book for iPad: UHMWPE Biomaterials Handbook (Ultra High Molecular Weight by Steven M. Kurtz

By Steven M. Kurtz

ISBN-10: 012374721X

ISBN-13: 9780123747211

This publication describes the technology, improvement, houses and alertness of of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) utilized in man made joints. This fabric is presently utilized in 1.4 million sufferers all over the world each year to be used within the hip, knee, top extremities, and backbone. because the e-book of the first version there were significant advances within the improvement and medical adoption of hugely crosslinked UHMWPE for hip and knee substitute. There has additionally been a big foreign attempt to introduce diet E stabilized UHMWPE for sufferers. The collected wisdom on those periods of fabrics are a key function of the 2d version, in addition to an extra 19 extra chapters offering insurance of the most important engineering features (biomechanical and fabrics technology) and clinical/biological functionality of UHMWPE, offering a extra whole reference for commercial and educational fabrics experts, and for surgeons and clinicians who require an figuring out of the biomaterials homes of UHMWPE to paintings effectively on sufferer functions. * The UHMWPE instruction manual is the excellent reference for execs, researchers, and clinicians operating with biomaterials applied sciences for joint substitute * New to this variation: 19 new chapters retain readers brand new with this fast-paced subject, together with a brand new part on UHMWPE biomaterials; hugely crosslinked UHMWPE for hip and knee substitute; nutrition E stabilized UHMWPE for sufferers; medical functionality, tribology an biologic interplay of UHMWPE * cutting-edge assurance of UHMWPE know-how, orthopedic purposes, biomaterial characterisation and engineering elements from known leaders within the box

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On the other hand, the short-term benefit was balanced by the risks associated with revision surgery and loss of bone stock caused by the PTFE debris. 6). Charnley’s home workshop was used to develop implant prototypes, as well as instruments. His 1/2 hp lathe, purchased in 1946, is now on display at the Thackray museum in Leeds. ” Charnley’s research workshop and laboratory still remain at Wrightington Hospital, and they have been partly converted into a museum. Between 1958 and 1966, H. Craven was Charnley’s technician and was responsible for machining PTFE as well as UHMWPE cups for use at Wrightington [18].

In addition to water, the synovial fluid contains proteins and other biological constituents that facilitate lubrication. The pressurized synovial fluid film carries the joint force that protects cartilage tissue from wear during walking or other load-bearing activities. Because of arthritis and other joint diseases, cartilage can lose its unique lubricious characteristics. Charnley realized that an artificial joint fabricated from synthetic materials like metal or plastic could not operate with purely hydrodynamic lubrication.

All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. 13 Acknowledgments References introduced a UHMWPE that was gamma irradiated with up to 700 kGy in the presence of acetylene [4]. During the 1980s, two other noteworthy developments occurred relative to polyethylene in joint replacements. In the early 1980s, Char F. Thackray, Ltd. of Leeds began development on an injection molded HDPE that could be crosslinked by silane chemistry (the same type of crosslinking used in silicone polymers) [5, 6]. Only 22 of these implants were produced and implanted by Dr.

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