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Amsterdam ; Boston : William Andrew, an imprint of Elsevier, [2016]
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Tištěná verze : Kurtz, Steven M. UHMWPE Biomaterials Handbook : Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene in Total Joint Replacement and Medical Devices : Elsevier Science,c2015
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword; 1 -- A Primer on UHMWPE; 1.1 -- Introduction; 1.2 -- What is a Polymer?; 1.3 -- What is Polyethylene?; 1.4 -- Crystallinity; 1.5 -- Thermal Transitions; 1.6 -- Overview of the Handbook; References; 2 -- From Ethylene Gas to UHMWPE Component: The Process of Producing Orthopedic Implants; 2.1 -- Introduction; 2.2 -- Polymerization: from Ethylene Gas to UHMWPE Powder; 2.2.1 -- GUR Resins; 2.2.2 -- 1900 Resins; 2.2.3 -- Molecular Weight; 2.2.4 -- GUR Versus 1900 Resin; 2.2.5 -- Calcium Stearate; 2.2.6 -- DSM Resin
2.3 -- Conversion: from UHMWPE Powder to Consolidated Form2.3.1 -- Compression Molding of UHMWPE; 2.3.2 -- Ram Extrusion of UHMWPE; 2.3.3 -- Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP’ing) of ArCom" UHMWPE; 2.3.4 -- Direct Compression Molding of UHMWPE; 2.3.5 -- ArCom; 2.3.6 -- Properties of Extruded Versus Molded UHMWPE; 2.4 -- Machining: from Consolidated Form to Implant; 2.5 -- Conclusions; References; 3 -- Packaging and Sterilization of UHMWPE; 3.1 -- Introduction; 3.2 -- Gamma Sterilization in Air; 3.3 -- Gamma Sterilization in Oxygen Barrier Packaging; 3.4 -- Ethylene Oxide Gas Sterilization
3.5 -- Gas Plasma Sterilization3.6 -- The Torino Survey of Contemporary Orthopedic Packaging; 3.7 -- Shelf-Life of UHMWPE Components for Orthopedic Implants; 3.8 -- Overview of Current Trends; Acknowledgments; References; 4 -- The Origins of UHMWPE in Total Hip Arthroplasty; 4.1 -- Introduction and Timeline; 4.2 -- The Origins of a Gold Standard; 4.3 -- Charnley’s First Hip Arthroplasty Design with PTFE; 4.4 -- Implant Fixation with Pink Dental Acrylic Cement; 4.5 -- Interim Hip Arthroplasty Designs with PTFE; 4.6 -- Final Hip Arthroplasty Design with PTFE; 4.7 -- Implant Fabrication at Wrightington
4.8 -- The First Wear Tester4.9 -- Searching to Replace PTFE; 4.10 -- UHMWPE Arrives at Wrightington; 4.11 -- Implant Sterilization Procedures at Wrightington; 4.12 -- Overview; Acknowledgments; References; 5 -- The Clinical Performance of Historical and Conventional UHMWPE in Hip Replacements; 5.1 -- Introduction; 5.2 -- Joint Replacements do not Last Forever; 5.3 -- Range of Clinical Wear Performance in Cemented Acetabular Components; 5.4 -- Wear Versus Wear Rate of Hip Replacements; 5.5 -- Comparison of Wear Rates between Different Clinical Studies
5.6 -- Comparison of Wear Rates in Clinical and Retrieval Studies5.7 -- Current Methods for Measuring Clinical Wear in THA; 5.8 -- Range of Clinical Wear Performance in Modular Acetabular Components; 5.9 -- Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; 6 -- The Clinical Performance of Highly Cross-linked UHMWPE in Hip Replacements; 6.1 -- Introduction; 6.2 -- What are First- and Second-Generation HXLPEs?; 6.2.1 -- Early Clinical Experience with HXLPE; 6.2.2 -- First-Generation HXLPE; 6.2.3 -- Second-Generation HXLPE; 6.3 -- Clinical Performance of First-Generation HXLPEs in THA
6.3.1 -- Systematic Review of Femoral Head Penetration Studies
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 22, 2015)
001483098
(OCoLC)921843491

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