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10.1002/jbm.820200612.abs Acrylic bone cement is significantly weaker and of lower modulus of elasticity than compact bone. It is also weaker in tension than in compression. This limits its use in orthopedics to areas where tensile stresses are minimum. Many authors have shown that addition of...
10.1002/jbm.820200603.abs This study was undertaken to evaluate a new osteoinductive material—perforated decalcified bone matrix (PDBM). Subcutaneous implantation of PDBM induces multiple centers of endochondral osteogenesis with subsequent resorption of bone matrix and its replacement by new...
10.1002/jbm.820200604.abs Carbon fiber strands were used experimentally to substitute for tendons in dogs and clinically to reconstruct tendons and ligaments in human. The investigation was carried out to determine the histologic appearance of the new composite structure and its tensile strength...
10.1002/jbm.820200607.abs Omiderm (Omikron Scientific Ltd., Rehovot, Israel), a new synthetic wound covering based on hydrophilized polyurethane, was found to be highly permeable to water. Values in the region of 5000 g/m2 24 h were found for the water permeability of Omiderm in comparison to...
10.1002/jbm.820200610.abs An investigation was conducted to establish qualitative trends regarding the relative displacements exhibited by the distal and mesial abutments in a five‐unit fixed dental bridge as a function of bridge material and implant design utilized in the distal abutment site....
10.1002/jbm.820200606.abs An investigation of red blood cell interactions with “foreign” surfaces is reported. Experiments consisted of flowing suspensions of washed human red cells through a packed column of either glass or siliconized glass beads. Conditions were chosen so that hemolysis...
10.1002/jbm.820200608.abs Fibrinogen adsorption on polymers from blood may mediate or potentiate thrombosis because of its involvement in both the intrinsic clotting system and the formation of platelet aggregates. While the kinetics of fibrinogen adsorption from plasma in vitro have previously...
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