Jackson, Mark J.

Surface Engineered Surgical Tools and Medical Devices [electronic resource] / edited by Mark J. Jackson, Waqar Ahmed. - Boston, MA : Springer US, 2007. - XXIII, 581 p. online resource.

Atomic Scale Machining of Surfaces -- Anodization: A Promising Nano-Modification Technique of Titanium-based Implants for Orthopedic Applications -- Titanium Dioxide Coatings in Medical Device Applications -- The Effect of Shape and Surface Modification on the Corrosion of Biomedical Nitinol Alloy Wires Exposed to Saline Solution -- Cardiovascular Interventional and Implantable Devices -- Surface Engineering Artificial Heart Valves to Improve Quality of Life and Lifetime using Modified Diamond-like Coatings -- Diamond Surgical Tools -- Dental Tool Technology -- Nanocrystalline Diamond: Deposition Routes and Clinical Applications -- Environmental Engineering Controls and Monitoring in Medical Device Manufacturing -- Biomaterial-Cell-Tissue Interactions In Surface Engineered Carbon-Based Biomedical Implants and Devices -- Applications of Carbon Nanotubes in Bio-Nanotechnology -- Bonelike Graft for Regenerative Bone Applications -- Machining Cancellous Bone Prior to Prosthetic Implantation -- Titanium and Titanium Alloy Applications in Medicine.

Medical devices and surgical tools that contain micro and nanoscale features allow surgeons to perform clinical procedures with greater precision and safety while monitoring physiological and biomechanical parameters more accurately. While surgeons have started to master the use of nanostructured surgical tools in the operating room, this book addresses for the first time the impact and interaction of nanomaterials and nanostructured coatings in a comprehensive manner. Surface Engineered Surgical Tools and Medical Devices presents the latest information and techniques in the emerging field of surface engineered biomedical devices and surgical tools, and analyzes the interaction between nanotechnology, nanomaterials, and tools for surgical applications. Chapters of the book describe developments in coatings for heart valves, stents, hip and knee joints, cardiovascular devices, orthodontic applications, and regenerative materials such as bone substitutes. Chapters are also dedicated to the performance of surgical tools and dental tools and describe how nanostructured surfaces can be created for the purposes of improving cell adhesion between medical devices and the human body.

9780387270289

10.1007/978-0-387-27028-9 doi


Engineering.
Biotechnology.
Surgery.
Mechanical engineering.
Biomedical engineering.
Nanotechnology.
Engineering.
Biomedical Engineering.
Biotechnology.
Nanotechnology.
Biophysics and Biological Physics.
Mechanical Engineering.
Surgery.

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