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Tschegg, EK; Lindtner, RA; Doblhoff-Dier, V; Stanzl-Tschegg, SE; Holzlechner, G; Castellani, C; Imwinkelried, T; Weinberg, A.
Characterization methods of bone-implant-interfaces of bioresorbable and titanium implants by fracture mechanical means.
J Mech Behav Biomed Mater. 2011; 4(5): 766-775.
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Castellani Christoph
Weinberg Annelie-Martina
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Abstract:
Bioresorbable materials for implants have become increasingly researched over the last years. The bone-implant-interfaces of three different implant materials, namely a new bioresorbable magnesium alloy, a new self-reinforced polymer implant and a conventional titanium alloy, were tested using various methods: push-out tests, SEM and EDX analyses as well as surface analyses based on stereoscopic 3D pictures were conducted. The fracture energy is proposed as a very significant reference value for characterizing the mechanical performance of a bone-implant system. By using a video-extensometer system instead of, as is commonly done, tracking the movement of the crosshead in the push-out tests, the accuracy of measurement could be increased.
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Absorbable Implants -
Alloys - chemistry
Bone and Bones - metabolism
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Magnesium - chemistry
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Polyglycolic Acid - chemistry
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Titanium - chemistry

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