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10.1002/jbm.820070104.abs A group of 12 materials was evaluated for tissue compatibility via a sequential histopathologic evaluation of the rabit muscle response to the implanted materials. Tissue samples were obtained daily for 7 days and weekly for 12 weeks to follow the time course of the...
10.1002/jbm.820070109.abs The biological tolerance of poly(N‐substituted acrylamides) implanted subcutaneously to rats and pigs was investigated. Besides a macro‐ and microscopical evaluation of the implant and its surroundings, the surface changes of the implants were determined by means of...
10.1002/jbm.820070105.abs Properties of injection‐molded high‐density polyethylene reinforced with carbon fibers were investgiated. With 20% by weight carbon fibers tensile strength of polyethylene was almost doubled. Further increase of volume fraction of fibers did not produce as dramatic...
10.1002/jbm.820070107.abs The local reaction to polyurethane (Thurane foam‐rigid type) varies significantly in the subcutaneous tissue of the mouse, rat, and rabbit. Polymorphonuclear leucocytes concentrated at the periphery of the particles of polyurethane in the mouse in conspicuous numbers...
10.1002/jbm.820070110.abs The long‐term biological tolerance of hydrophilic gels containing ionogenic groups was investigated on animals (rats and pigs). The basic polymeric skeletons of poly(glyco1 monomethacrylate) and poly (N‐ethyl methacrylamide) were modified by introducing acidic...
10.1002/jbm.820070108.abs This study was undertaken to find a means for a long lasting and uniform release of the male hormone, testosterone. The rate of release of testosterone was determined over periods up to 4 months. The factors which affect the rate of testosterone release were studied and...
10.1002/jbm.820070106.abs Quantitative investigation of the rate of diffusion (in vitro) of chloroquine diphosphate, an antimalarial drug, from silicone rubber (Silastic) discs is reported here. The viscosity of the polymer is reduced to facilitate the formation of a more homogeneous...
10.1002/jbm.820070103.abs New synthetic anionic membranes have been developed as replacements for the cellulose membranes currently used to remove blood toxins and water in hemodialyzers. The membranes are solvent‐cast on to polyethylene sheets from copolymers of acrylic acid with various alkyl...
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