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10.1002/jbm.820070211.abs An investigation was undertaken to correlate mechanical strengths of various bone‐porous material interfaces with the type and degree of osseous ingrowth. Intracortical cylinders of porous and nonporous metals, ceramics, polymers, and carbon were implanted into canine...
10.1002/jbm.820070204.abs This experiment describes resorption rate, light and electron microscopic appearance of the implant site, and tissue distribution and route of elimination of radioactivity from carbon‐labelled polylactic acid implants. Fifty‐six rats received abdominal implants and...
10.1002/jbm.820070208.abs Diffusion and permeation coefficients of urea, creatinine, and sodium chloride in poly(ethyleneglycol methacrylate) swollen to equilibrium in water were determined; on their basis, geometrical dimensions of a simple artificial kidney are estimated and discussed.
10.1002/jbm.820070209.abs An in vitro organ culture method was developed for the study of biodegradation of surgical implant materials. This method gives valuable information in less than 24 hr in the case of rapidly biodegradable materials such as poly(lactic acids) and poly(alkyl...
10.1002/jbm.820070202.abs In sheep, chronic arterial cannulation with Silastic has led to thrombus formation and to intimal fibroplasia of a type not previously reported. Concurrent infection resulted in septic embolization to the brains and eyes on the same side as the cannulated vessels. The...
10.1002/jbm.820070205.abs Male mongrel dogs were divided into two groups and placed in urine collection cages for 24‐hr urine samples. One group was implanted with sterile radiopaque polyethylene catheter and stainless steel guide wire fragments in the venous vasculature via an incision in the...
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