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Surface characteristics of used hip prostheses

Max A. Swikert

Surface characteristics of used hip prostheses

by Max A. Swikert

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration; [for sale by the National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artificial hip joints -- Complications.,
  • Mechanical wear.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Max A. Swikert and Robert L. Johnson.
    SeriesNASA technical note, NASA TN D-6153
    ContributionsJohnson, Robert L., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL521 .A3525 no. 6153, RD549 .A3525 no. 6153
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5739248M
    LC Control Number70611109

    The prosthetic implant used in hip replacement consists of three parts: the acetabular cup, the femoral component, and the articular interface. Options exist for different people and indications. The evidence for a number of newer devices is not very good, including: ceramic-on-ceramic bearings, modular femoral necks, and uncemented monoblock cups. [59]ICDCM: – Joint replacement surgery is the standard treatment option for patients with end-stage joint diseases. 1–4 The most commonly replaced joint is the knee, followed by the hip. Currently, around , Total Hip Replacements (THRs) are annually performed in US, and this is expected to increase to , by 5 Table S1 (see supplementary data) describes different joint arthroplasties and Cited by:

    Prosthetic Joint Infection (PJI) Prosthetic Joint Infection (PJI) is a cause of significant morbidity and mortality. A lot of the preoperative patient optimization protocols (see preop optimization) are created to minimize infection risk, because of its correlation with obesity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, malnutrition, smoking, and colonization. Limb prostheses include both upper- and lower-extremity prostheses.. Upper-extremity prostheses are used at varying levels of amputation: forequarter, shoulder disarticulation, transhumeral prosthesis, elbow disarticulation, transradial prosthesis, wrist disarticulation, full hand, partial hand, finger, partial finger. A transradial prosthesis is an artificial limb that replaces an arm missing.

    Discover the best Prosthesis in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Implantable Biomimetic Electronics as Neural Prostheses (A Bradford Book) Theodore Berger. out of 5 stars 1. Hardcover. Adult Hip Disease and Total Hip Replacement (Clinical Symposia) Vol Number 5. book. Dental alloys are discussed in Chapt “Biomaterials for Dental Applications,” “Tarnish and Corrosion of Dental Alloys.” Polymers. A wide variety of polymers are used in medicine as biomaterials. Their applica-tions range from facial prostheses to tracheal tubes, from kidney and liver parts to heart com-.


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Surface characteristics of used hip prostheses by Max A. Swikert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Most used are titanium alloys, stainless steel, special high-strength alloys, alumina, zirconia, zirconia toughened alumina (ZTA), and UHMWPE.

Usually, stems and necks are composed of metals, whereas femoral heads can be both metal and ceramic, and the acetabulum can be made of metals, ceramics or by: Based on the experience of leading experts in the field, The hip resurfacing handbook provides a comprehensive reference for all aspects of this important procedure.

The first part of the book reviews and compares all the major hip resurfacing prostheses, their key design features, relevant surgical techniques and clinical results. The use of ceramic-on- ceramic as bearing surfaces for hip joint prostheses has been reported to produce a lower wear rate than other material combinations in total hip arthroplasty.

These advantages may increase the life expectancy of hip implants and improve the life of patients. The acetabular interface is placed between the femoral component and the acetabular cup. This combination makes the articular surfaces for the hip joint and comes in a variety of material combinations (metal on polypropylene, ceramic on ceramic, and metal on metal) to reduce wear debris generated by friction.

A commentary on the evolution and actual existing hip prostheses is proposed. We analyzed the scientific literature, collecting information on the material behavior and the human-body response to. Background. Prosthetic hip implants have many combinations of bearing surface materials, sizes, and fixation techniques, which can determine the quality of life of patients after primary total hip replacement (THR) and the likelihood of needing revision by: 7.

Abstract. This specification covers the design and dimensional requirements for metallic, ceramic, and polymeric mating bearing surfaces used in total hip joint prostheses and hip endoprostheses, more specifically, hip joint replacements of the ball-and-socket configuration. BIOMECHANICS OF HIP AND KNEE PROSTHESES1 Jorge Alvarado, Ricardo Maldonado, Jorge Marxuach and Ruben Otero 2 Abstract - Hip and a joint replacement for the human body is a complex and dynamic field.

Engineers and orthopedics combine to makes a person’s life a normal a painless life. Biomechanics is the study of bodyFile Size: KB. manufacturing methods of implant for use in orthopedic applications: hip prosthesis Conference Paper (PDF Available) November with 6, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

In this paper, five common biocompatible materials as candidates for hip prostheses production namely, L St Steel (cold worked, ASTM F), Co–28Cr–6Mo (cast, ASTM F75), Ti–6Al–4V (hot.

The hip joint is the articulation between the coxal bone, also called the hip bone or innominate bone, and the femur (the thigh bone). The coxal bone is a flat bone that forms the pelvis, along with the contralateral coxal bone and the sacrum ().The ilium, ischium and pubis are three different bones that contribute to the formation of the coxal bone during skeletal growth, fusing to each other Author: F.

Traina, M. De Fine, S. Affatato. What the Bearing Surface Has to Do With Hip Replacement Implant Longevity. The most critical interface of a hip replacement, in terms of longevity of the implants, is the so-called bearing surface.

2  This is the surface of the hip replacement that allows for movement between the ball and socket of the implant. In this review, we analyze, from international literature, the specific characteristics required for biomaterials used in hip joint arthroplasty, i.e., being biocompatible, resisting heavy stress, opposing low frictional forces to sliding and having a low wear rate.

A commentary on the evolution and actual existing hip prostheses is by: Charnley prostheses, retrieved at revision surgery, were studied to assess the effects of friction on the total hip replacement procedure. Frictional resistance was measured using the Durham hip. Metal-on-polyethylene.

Metal-on-polyethylene (M-on-PE) (Figure 1) bearings are the most widely used and rigorously followed up of all the prostheses, making up the majority of THA undertaken in the UK today.

9 Popularised by the early success of the Charnley prosthesis in the ’s, polyethylene-based implants almost completely displaced all other bearing by: Total hip prostheses, most commonly used as a treatment for arthritis, have one or two bearing surfaces.

There is always one bearing surface between the prosthetic femoral head and the acetabular cup, but there may be an additional smaller cup interposed between the Cited by: Hip prosthesis or hip replacement surgery becomes necessary when the hip joint has been badly damaged from any cause such as arthritis, malformation of the hip since birth or abnormal development Author: Afsaneh Rabiei.

Until Septemberthis design was implanted in patients (bilateral in of them), with a total of hip arthroplasties. The bearing surfaces were conventional polyethylene with metal or zirconia heads in all cases.

Inthe ABG I system was replaced by Cited by: literature, the specific characteristics required for biomaterials used in hip joint arthroplasty, i.e., being biocompatible, resisting heavy stress, opposing low frictional forces to sliding and having a low wear rate.

A commentary on the evolution and actual existing hip prostheses is proposed. We analyzed theCited by:   Hip & Knee Book. Cover Hip prosthesis of antibiotic-loaded acrylic cement for the treatment of infections following total hip arthroplasty.

J Bone Joint Surg Am, A Suppl 2: p. Penner, M.J., B.A. Masri, and C.P. Duncan, Elution characteristics of vancomycin and tobramycin combined in acrylic bone-cement. J Arthroplasty. Choosing a Hip Implant (Prosthesis) 41 Shares Share 1 Tweet 1 Share 1 Email One of the things you will want to discuss with your chosen hip surgeon is the type of hip replacement prosthesis he or she will be implanting.

There is most certainly no single “best implant” on the market. Total hip arthroplasty (THA) is probably one of the most successful surgical interventions performed in medicine. Through the revolution of hip arthroplasty by principles of low friction arthroplasty was introduced by Sir John Charnley in s.

Thereafter, new bearing materials, fixation methods, and new designs has been improved. The main concern regarding failure of THA has been the Cited by: 4.Online shopping for Prosthesis - Special Topics from a great selection at Books Store. Online shopping for Prosthesis - Special Topics from a great selection at Books Store.

The Thrust Plate Hip Prosthesis 6 December by A.H. Huggler and Hilaire .