Biomaterials, artificial organs and tissue engineering / edited by Larry L. Hench and Julian R. Jones.
- Cambridge, England ; Boca Raton, Florida : Woodhead Publishing Limited : CRC Press, 2005.
- Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials
Woodhead Publishing in materials
Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials
1 online resource (297 p.)
- Biomedical materials.
- Electronic books.
- Maintaining quality of life in an ageing population is one of the great challenges of the 21st Century. This book and collection of illustrated CD lectures summarises how this challenge is being met by multi-disciplinary developments of specialty biomaterials, devices, artificial organs and in-vitro growth of human cells as tissue engineered constructs.Biomaterials, Artificial Organs and Tissue Engineering is intended for use as a textbook in a one semester course for upper level BS, MS and Meng students. The 25 chapters are organized in five parts: Part one provides an introduction to living
- Cover; Biomaterials,artificial organsand tissueengineering; Copyright; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Book and CD module; 1.2 Aims and objectives; 1.3 Integrated use of book and CD module; 1.4 Using the CD-ROM; 1.5 Recommendations for self-study; 1.6 Overview; 1.7 Are transplants the solution to spare parts?; 1.8 Implants and prostheses as spare parts; 1.9 The limitations of implants; Part I Introduction to materials (living and non-living); 2 Metals; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The metallic bond; 2.3 Microstructure; 2.4 Mechanical properties; 2.5 Fatigue properties; 2.6 Hardness and wear
2.7 Shape memory effect and superelasticity2.8 Corrosion; 2.9 Effects of processing on structure, properties and reliability; 2.10 Clinical requirements; 2.11 Summary; 2.12 Reading list; 3 Ceramics; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Atomic bonds and atomic arrangements in ceramics; 3.3 Microstructure of ceramics; 3.4 Mechanical properties of ceramics; 3.5 Processing of ceramics; 3.6 Impact of fabrication on microstructure and properties; 3.7 Clinical requirements; 3.8 Summary; 3.9 Reading list; 4 Polymers; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Polymer configuration and conformation; 4.3 Tacticity
4.4 Glass transition temperature4.5 Polymer processing; 4.6 Polymer properties; 4.7 Polymer composites; 4.8 Summary; 4.9 Reading list; 5 Biocomposites; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Bioactive ceramic polymer composites; 5.3 Design criteria for biocomposites; 5.4 Inert ceramic composites; 5.5 Resorbable polymer matrices; 5.6 Conclusions; 5.7 Summary; 5.8 Reading list; 6 Cells and tissues; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Definitions; 6.3 Epithelium; 6.4 Connective tissue; 6.5 Muscle; 6.6 Nervous tissue; 6.7 Summary; 6.8 Reading list; 7 Inflammation and wound healing; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Definitions
7.3 Effects of implantation7.4 Normal wound healing; 7.5 Wound healing and implants; 7.6 Implant-tissue interactions; 7.7 Summary; 7.8 Reading list; Part II Clinical needs and concepts of repair; 8 The skeletal system; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 The structural components of bone; 8.3 Microstructural features of bone; 8.4 Biomechanics of bone: anisotropy of bone properties; 8.5 Effect of age on bone; 8.6 Effect of strain rate on bone; 8.7 Fatigue failure of bone; 8.8 Fracture of bone; 8.9 Structure of tendons and ligaments; 8.10 Mechanical behaviour of tendons and ligaments; 8.11 Cartilage
8.12 Summary8.13 Reading list; 9 The cardiovascular system; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Cardiovascular pathology; 9.3 Control and treatment of cardiovascular pathologies; 9.4 Summary; 9.5 Reading list; 10 Biomedical polymers; 10.1 Introduction; 10.2 Bioinert polymers; 10.3 Bioresorbable polymers; 10.4 Summary; 10.5 Reading list; 11 Biomedical hydrogels; 11.1 Introduction; 11.2 Mechanisms of hydrogel formation; 11.3 Hydrogel properties; 11.4 Types of hydrogels; 11.5 Hydrogels for tissue engineering applications; 11.6 Summary; 11.7 Reading list; Part III Applications; 12 Repair of skeletal tissues
- Includes index.
Description based on print version record.
- Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining.
Jones, Julian Raymond.
Hench, Larry L., 1938-
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