By William Murphy, Jonathan Black, Garth Hastings
This e-book presents tabular and textual content facts in relation to general and diseased tissue fabrics and fabrics utilized in scientific units. complete and functional for college kids, researchers, engineers, and training physicians who use implants, this booklet considers the fabrics elements of either implantable fabrics and usual tissues and fluids. Examples of fabrics and subject matters coated comprise titanium, elastomers, degradable biomaterials, composites, scaffold fabrics for tissue engineering, dental implants, sterilization results on fabric houses, metal alloys, and masses extra. every one bankruptcy writer considers the intrinsic and interactive homes of biomaterials, in addition to their acceptable purposes and old contexts. Now in an up to date moment variation, this ebook additionally comprises new chapters at the cornea and on vocal folds, in addition to up-to-date insights, facts, and citations for numerous chapters.
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Handbook of Biomaterial Properties by William Murphy, Jonathan Black, Garth Hastings