By Maria Vallet-Regi
This booklet bargains a different procedure that hyperlinks the fabrics technology of bioceramics to medical wishes and applications.
Providing a dependent account of this hugely lively quarter of analysis, the ebook experiences the medical purposes in bone tissue engineering, bone regeneration, joint substitute, drug-delivery structures and biomimetism, this booklet is a perfect source for fabrics scientists and engineers, in addition to for clinicians.
From the contents:
Part I Introduction
Part II Materials
3. Calcium Phosphate Bioceramics
4. Silica-based Ceramics: Glasses
5. Silica-based Ceramics: Mesoporous Silica
6. Alumina, Zirconia, and different Non-oxide Inert Bioceramics
7. Carbon-based fabrics in Biomedicine
Part III fabric Shaping
9. Bioceramic Coatings for scientific Implants
10. Scaffold Designing
Part IV study on destiny Ceramics
11. Bone Biology and Regeneration
12. Ceramics for Drug Delivery
13. Ceramics for Gene Transfection
14. Ceramic Nanoparticles for melanoma Treatment
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