By Jonathan Black
Basic CONSIDERATIONSBiocompatibility: Definitions and concerns advent organic functionality Consensus Definitions dialogue The self-discipline of Biomaterials Afterword: Paradigmatic Shift advent to the organic surroundings normal issues comparability of exterior and inner ConditionsProblems in Definition of the organic EnvironmentElements of the organic surroundings Implant existence History Preimplantation dealing with results fabric reaction: functionality ANDDEGRADATION OF MATERIALSIN VIVOSwelling and Leaching creation Fick's legislation of DiffusionAbsorption Examples of Undesi. Read more...
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These may only be discernible by clinical testing of a specific patient; analyses of body fluids and tissues are probably inadequate for a full understanding of individual differences. It is unfortunate that technology for determination of the functional behavior of implants and implant–patient interactions is weak compared with that available to biological scientists for the study of natural organs in situ. Beyond these obvious similarities and possible individual biological differences, the demands and expectations of individuals vary considerably.
Lipids are present in other body fluids and may be absorbed by implants that are not in the blood flow. Swanson et al. (1973) reported on a study of 49 silicone elastomer finger joint prostheses that were retrieved, for various reasons, after implantation for up to 36 months in patients. All implants were examined for lipid content by chloroform extraction, the resulting weight change was determined, and a direct analysis of the extractant fluid was performed. Of these implants, 12 had fractured in use.
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