bioceramic


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bioceramic

[‚bī·ō·sə′ram·ik]
(materials)
Biocompatible or osteoinductive (stimulating bone growth) ceramic material, such as hydroxyapatite or some other type of calcium phosphate ceramic, used for reconstructive bone surgery and dental implants.
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The aim of the trial is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the addition of ALLOB to the standard care of procedure, involving an interbody cage with bioceramic granules being implanted in order to achieve fusion of the lumbar vertebrae.
DSM's newest bioceramic platform is a carbonated apatite matrix designed for fast, predictable remodeling in bone graft substitute applications.
Bonesupport is a commercial stage orthobiologics company, which develops and commercialises injectable bioceramic bone graft substitutes that remodel to the patient's own bone and have the capability of eluting drugs directly into the bone void.
Also, eggshell-originated HAP is a potential ceramic, which could be useful as an inexpensive bioceramic for biomedical applications.
In 2014 we have launched Rooter, a new generation of endo wireless motor with LED light and TotalFill, one of the latest development in Bioceramic Sealer and root repair materials.
Many studies have so far been carried out on increasing the fracture strength of hydroxyapatite bioceramic due to its weak mechanical properties.
Guizhou University has been awarded a patent for a gradient bioceramic coating, wherein the gradient bioceramic coating is prepared with powdery titanium, and powdery composite ceramics, wherein the powdery composite ceramics is composed of powdery ceramics obtained by mixing CaHPO4.
One of bioceramic that commonly been used in biomedical field is hydroxyapaptite (HA).
Previous studies in our laboratory have quantified the tissue implant response surrounding tricalcium phosphate (TCP) bioceramic implants and have demonstrated how this response may be modified in the presence of androgens [1-3].
The main precondition in bone regeneration strategy is the use of bioceramic scaffolds with optimal architecture in means of porosity, pore size, interconnectivity of pores, etc.
Once completed, the part was given a bioceramic coating.
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