9 edition of Polymeric materials and artificial organs found in the catalog.
|Statement||Charles G. Gebelein, editor.|
|Series||ACS symposium series,, 256|
|Contributions||Gebelein, Charles G., American Chemical Society. Division of Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry., American Chemical Society. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||RD130 .P64 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||84009297|
ABSTRACT. Starting with the silicone elastomer hydrocephalus shunt in , silicone elastomer has become widely used as a soft, flexible, elastomeric material of construction for artificial organs and implants for the human body. Polymeric materials and artificial organs: based on a symposium sponsored by the Division of Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry at the th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Seattle, Washington, March ,
The free water fraction must be one of the important factors to be considered for the blood compatibility of polymeric materials. Thus, the phospholipid polymer having a phosphorylcholine group, such as the MPC polymers, is one of the effective biomedical materials, and it could provide materials to develop new blood-contacting artificial Cited by: All journal articles featured in Artificial Cells, Nanomedicine, and Biotechnology vol 1 issue 1 Log in | Register Cart. Biomaterials, Medical Devices, and Artificial Organs. Search in: Advanced search. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe. Citation search. Citation search. Polymeric Materials: Current Status of Biocompatibility. Stephen D.
Many polymeric materials have already been used in the field of artificial organs. However, the materials used in artificial organs are not necessarily created with the best material selectivity. • To study artificial organs made using tissue materials OBJECTIVE • To study the characteristics and classification of Biomaterials • To study about the different metals and ceramics used as biomaterials • To learn about polymeric materials and combinations that could be used as a tissue replacement implants.
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Polymeric materials and artificial organs. [Charles G Gebelein; American Chemical Society. Division of Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry.;].
Reviews the latest developments in biomaterials and investigates how they can be used to improve the quality and efficiency of artificial organs; Discusses commodity biomaterials including membranes for oxygenators and cobalt chromium alloys for hips and knees and polymeric joint-bearing surfaces for total joint replacements.
2 POLYMERIC MATERIALS AND ARTIFICIAL ORGANS various polymeric materials that are used. The greatest emphasis will be on the chemistry and biomaterial requirements of the artificial internal organs. The primary purpose of this chapter is to revie w the types of devices that are being used in the human body at the present time as artificial organs, prosthetic devices or general implants.
This volume in the book series New Concepts in Polymer Science deals with the application features of polymeric implants, their interaction with surrounding living tissues, the demands imposed upon the objects implanted and polymeric materials used for their manufacture, and Polymeric materials and artificial organs book main types of polymers applied and their properties.
Chapters 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).
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.
In addition, the artificial device must closely duplicate the function of the natural organ. In practice, these artificial devices are constructed from a wide variety of materials such as metals, ceramics (including glass and carbon), natural tissues (actually polymeric in nature), and synthetic polymers.
Many polymeric materials have already been used in the field of artificial organs. However, the materials used in artificial organs are not necessarily created with the best material selectivity and materials design; therefore, the development of synthesized polymeric membrane materials for artificial organs based on well-defined designs is by: Biomedical Applications of Polymeric Materials provides an outstanding presentation of the state of the art in the biomedical applications of polymeric materials.
The book discusses the. A review is presented of the applications of synthetic polymers in medicine. The major uses of these biomaterials are in devices and implants for diagnosis or therapy. The composition and properties, characterization, and biologic interactions of a wide variety of synthetic polymers are reviewed.
Biologic testing and clearance of biomaterials for clinical use are also covered. Polymeric Materials in Medicine.
and artificial organs, times in the studied strains and with the use of nonwoven polymeric material treated by Cu nanoparticles, the ability to form. The structural properties of gels make them useful for various kinds of applications such as sensors, contact lenses, artificial organs, and drug delivery systems.
Citing Literature Biomedical Applications of Polymeric Materials and CompositesCited by: 1. artificial lungs and muscles, bio-artificial livers, and corneal, dental, inner ear, and total hip implants and electroactive polymeric materials; blood–material interactions, the bone–implant interface, host reactions, and foreign body responses NEW.
This listing is a new book, a title currently in-print which we Price Range: $1, - $2, Many polymeric materials have already been used in the field of artificial organs. However, the materials used in artificial organs are not necessarily created with the best material selectivity Author: Hiroyoshi Kawakami.
Severian Dumitriu (deceased) was a research professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, edited several books, including Polymeric Biomaterials, Second Edition, Polysaccharides in Medicinal Applications, and Polysaccharides: Structural Diversity and Functional Versatility.
He also authored or coauthored more than professional. Research Paper | Medicine Science | India | Volume 7 Issue 3, March Polymeric Membrane Materials for Artificial Organs. Mallappa N. Kullolli. Polymeric Artificial Cornea.
The cornea is a transparent tissue situated at the front of the eye. It is the main element in the ocular optical system, and plays various roles from refracting light onto the retina to form an image, to acting as a protective barrier for the delicate internal eye tissue.
Damage to the cornea can result in loss of vision, which accounts for the second most. Polysiloxanes are the most studied inorganic and semi-inorganic polymers because of their many medical and commercial uses.
The Si-O backbone endows polysiloxanes with intriguing properties: the strength of the Si-O bond imparts considerable thermal stability, and the nature of the bonding imparts low surface free energy. Prostheses, artificial organs, objects for facial reconstruction. A bioactive material can be defined as a material that, when in contact with a biological tissue, elicits a specific response at the interface of the material/tissue.
This definition, generally referred to BAGs and ceramics, can also be applied to other materials such as polymers or by: This chapter provides an overview of this book that takes a novel approach to the teaching of the multi-disciplinary subjects of biomaterials, artificial organs, and tissue engineering.
The objective of this book and CD module is to provide a short summary of the use of man-made materials as medical implants in various clinical applications.THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ARTIFICIAL ORGANS materials (e.g., carbon, metal, polymeric materials) and tissue valves, which are constructed from.
The International Journal of.