By Chengtie Wu, Jiang Chang, Yin Xiao
Bioceramics play a major position in repairing and regenerating faulty or broken bone. every year, greater than 500,000 bone graft strategies are played within the usa and nearly 2.2 million are performed around the world. Advanced Bioactive Inorganic fabrics for Bone Regeneration and Drug supply reviews the most recent advances within the box of bioceramics. The e-book summarizes leading edge ideas, bioceramic layout, and strategies for cloth synthesis and drug supply.
Offering counsel for biomedical engineering researchers and fabric scientists, the booklet explores:
- Novel mesoporous bioactive glasses and silicate-based ceramics for bone regeneration and drug supply
- Bioactive silicate ceramics, together with their mechanical homes, interplay with bone-forming cells, and in vivo osteogenesis and angiogenesis
- Silica nanospheres with a core-shell constitution and their particular homes for controllable drug supply
- The 3D-printing strategy to arrange complicated bioceramic scaffolds for bone tissue engineering applications―including the instruction, mechanical energy, and organic homes of 3D-printed porous scaffolds of calcium phosphate cement and silicate bioceramics
- Biomimetic instruction and controllable crystal progress and biomineralization of bioceramics
- Inorganic and natural composite fabrics and their designated organic, electric, and mechanical homes that let the layout of good bone regeneration and gene supply systems
A entire survey of the learn growth of bioceramics and their purposes in bone fix and regeneration, this quantity is designed to augment learn and profession improvement for these during this box and to facilitate additional examine and possibilities for brand new solutions.
Read Online or Download Advanced bioactive inorganic materials for bone regeneration and drug delivery PDF
Similar biomedical engineering books
This ebook studies the most recent advances within the improvement of silicon nano-biotechnology for organic and biomedical functions, which come with biosensing, bioimaging, and melanoma remedy. during this ebook, newly constructed silicon nano-biotechnology and its biomedical purposes are systematically brought.
Development in Molecular Biology and Translational technology offers a discussion board for dialogue of recent discoveries, techniques, and ideas in molecular biology. It comprises contributions from leaders of their fields and plentiful references. quantity 126 gains in-depth experiences that target the instruments required to enquire mechanotransduction.
This booklet bargains a state of the art assessment of managed drug supply platforms, masking crucial cutting edge functions. the rules of managed drug unlock and the mechanisms taken with managed liberate are sincerely defined. some of the present polymeric drug supply structures are reviewed, and new frontiers in fabric layout are tested intimately, protecting quite a lot of polymer amendment options.
Additional info for Advanced bioactive inorganic materials for bone regeneration and drug delivery
By summarizing the research progress in the field, the categories, mechanical properties, interaction with bone-forming cells, and in vivo osteogenesis and angiogenesis of silicate bioceramics have been mainly highlighted. 1 Preparation of Silicate Bioceramics with Different Compositions A series of silicate bioceramics have been prepared for bone regeneration and orthopedic coating application. 1, silicate bio ceramics mainly include binary oxides (CaO-SiO2, MgO-SiO2, SrO-SiO2, ZnO-SiO2), ternary oxides (MgO-CaO-SiO2, ZnO-CaO-SiO2, SrO-CaO-SiO2, TiO2-CaO-SiO2, ZrO2-CaO-SiO2, P2O5-CaO-SiO2, SrO-MgO-SiO2, SrO-ZnOSiO2, and Na2O-CaO-SiO2) and quaternary oxides (SrO-ZnO-CaO-SiO2).
Mesoporous bioactive glasses for controlled drug release. Micropor Mesopor Mat 109: 210–5. , Li, Y. , and Li, D. , 2010. Synthesis and in vitro bioactivity of CaO-SiO2P2O5 mesoporous microspheres. Microporous Mesoporous Mater 135: 67–73. Zhao, Y. , Loo, S. , Chen, Y. , 2008. In situ SAXRD study of sol-gel induced well-ordered mesoporous bioglasses for drug delivery. J Biomed Mater Res A 85: 1032–42. , and Greenspan, D. , 2000. Processing and properties of sol-gel bioactive glasses. J Biomed Mater Res 53: 694–701.
2006. Sintering and robocasting of beta-tricalcium phosphate scaffolds for orthopaedic applications. Acta Biomater 2: 457–66. Misra, S. , 2010. Effect of nanoparticulate bioactive glass particles on bioactivity and cytocompatibility of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) composites. J R Soc Interface 7: 453–65. , and Boccaccini, A. , 2010. Bone tissue engineering therapeutics: Controlled drug delivery in three-dimensional scaffolds. J R Soc Interface 7: 209–27. Salinas, A. , 2011. Substitutions of cerium, gallium and zinc in ordered mesoporous bioactive glasses.
Advanced bioactive inorganic materials for bone regeneration and drug delivery by Chengtie Wu, Jiang Chang, Yin Xiao