4 edition of Biomedical materials--drug delivery, implants, and tissue engineering found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Thomas Neenan, Michele Marcolongo, Robert F. Valentini.|
|Series||Materials Research Society symposium proceedings,, v. 550, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, v. 550|
|Contributions||Neenan, Thomas., Marcolongo, Michele., Valentini, Robert F., Materials Research Society.|
|LC Classifications||R857.M3 B579 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 376 p. :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||99025874|
Abstract Health care and medicine were revolutionized in recent years by the development of biomaterials, such as stents, implants, personalized drug delivery systems, engineered grafts, cell sheets, and other transplantable materials. By combining basic science, engineering problem-solving and clinical wisdom, age-old handicaps that used to devastate people's lives - blindness, deafness, paraplegia, organ dysfunction and failure, memory loss, and even death - may be circumvented by cell transplants, advanced drug delivery systems, intelligent prostheses, neural implants.
Unlike tissue-engineered scaffolds, where the cell-seeded matrix can regenerate a bone matrix, biomedical metal implants cannot carry cells for a prolonged duration. However, the application of dynamic cell-based devices or interfaces can be adopted to develop a reservoir of cells or biomolecules whenever needed [ 51, 52 ]. Bizios is a globally recognized educator and researcher who has made pioneering contributions to biomedical engineering curricula as well as groundbreaking contributions to the understanding of cell-material interactions at the tissue/implant interface with applications in implant biomaterials, tissue engineering and tissue regeneration.
The complexity of biological systems and the need to design and develop biomedical therapies poses major challenges to professionals in the biomedical Introduction to Biomaterials emphasizes applications of biomaterials for patient care. Containing chapters prepared by leading authorities on key biomaterial types, this book underscores the process of biomaterial design /5(2). Biomedical Materials provides a comprehensive discussion of contemporary materials used in biomedical research and development. The pedagogical writing style and structure provides students with an understanding of the fundamental concepts necessary to pursue research and industrial work in this growing area of biomedical science, including characteristics of biomaterials, biological .
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Biomedical Materials - Drug Delivery, Implants, and Tissue Engineering: Volume (MRS Proceedings): Medicine & Health Science Books @ The review includes an emphasis on the biocompatibility of biomaterials being used in drug delivery and tissue engineering applications. It also summarizes the use of scaffolds in the dual role of structural support for cell growth and vehicle for controlled release of.
Get this from a library. Biomedical materials--drug delivery, implants, and tissue engineering: symposium held November December 1,Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
[Thomas Neenan; Michele Marcolongo; Robert F Valentini; Materials Research Society.;]. These complexes have wide applications in pharmaceuticals, the food industry, cosmetics, environmental remediation, tissue engineering, restorative medicine, controlled drug delivery, medical imaging, etc.
One of the more extensive areas of research is as carriers for targeted drug delivery systems and biomedical applications. Biomedical materials--drug delivery, chitosan is being developed for many biomedical functions, ranging from tissue engineering and implant coatings to drug and gene delivery.
This book provides readers with a full coverage of the applications of chitosan-based biomaterials. Biomedical Materials: Drug Delivery, Implants and Tissue Engineering: Symposium Held November 30 -December 1,Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.) Vol.
by Thomas Neenan(Editor), et al Materials Research Society Hardcover. A significant portion of biomedical applications necessitates the establishment of an interface between the cells of the patient and the components of the device. In many cases, such as in implants and engineered tissues, the interaction of the cells with the biomaterial is one of the main determinants of the success of the system.
Cell and Material Interface: Advances in Tissue Engineering. Building on traditional engineering principles, it serves to bridge advances in materials science, life sciences, nanotechnology, and cell biology to innovations in solving medical problems with applications in tissue engineering, prosthetics, drug delivery, biosensors, and medical devices.
Elastic biomedical polyurethane and the porous structure ensured that these cervical implants were equipped with tailored mechanical properties comparable to physiological cervix tissue. Cytotoxicity and cytocompatibility tests indicated that these 3D-printed cervical implants supported cell.
Author: Alexandru Grumezescu,Alina-Maria Holban. Publisher: Elsevier ISBN: Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Materials for Biomedical Engineering: Bioactive Materials for Antimicrobial, Anticancer, and Gene Therapy offers an up-to-date perspective on recent research findings regarding the application and use of these materials for disease treatment and prevention.
Materials for Biomedical Engineering: Hydrogels and Polymer-Based Scaffolds discusses the use of a wide variety of hydrogels as bioactive scaffolds in regenerative medicine, including updates on innovative materials and their s types of currently investigated scaffolding materials and hydrogels are discussed, as is their future roles and applications, the main techniques for.
This Section of Materials covers the broad field of “Biomaterials”, understood as materials for applications in contact with the human body in the biomedical field, including materials in medicine, medical devices, biosensors, implants, scaffolds for tissue engineering, drug delivery systems, as well as antibacterial and dental materials.
This book offers readers a valuable overview of recent advances in biomedical engineering, as applied to the modern dentistry. It begins by studying the biomaterials in dentistry, and materials used intraoperatively during oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures.
Next, it considers the subjects in which biomedical engineers can be influential, such as 3-dimensional (3D) imaging, laser and.
Drug-Delivery Systems. One of the fastest growing areas for implant applications is for devices for controlled and targeted delivery of drugs.
Many attempts have been made to incor-porate drug reservoirs into implantable devices for a sustained and preferably. A wide variety of materials is being used in biomedical engineering for various functions.
This includes a range of ceramics, polymers and metallic materials for implants and medical devices. A major question is how these materials will perform inside the body, which is very sensitive to alien materials.
Combined with its companion volume, Racing for the Surface: Pathogenesis of Implant Infection and Advanced Antimicrobial Strategies, this book bridges the gaps between infection and tissue engineering, and is an ideal book for academic researchers, clinicians, industrial engineers and scientists, governmental representatives in national.
Specifically, the book highlights: Developments in polyhydroxyalkanoates applications in agriculture, biodegradable packaging material and biomedical field like drug delivery systems, implants, tissue engineering and scaffolds; The synthesis and elaboration of cellulose microfibrils from sisal fibres for high performance engineering.
The extensively rewritten and updated Biomaterials: An Introduction, Third Edition, includes a new chapter on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, approximately references to.
Book Description. The Concise Encyclopedia of Biomedical Polymers and Polymeric Biomaterials presents new and selected content from the volume Biomedical Polymers and Polymeric Biomaterials carefully culled content includes groundbreaking work from the earlier published work as well as exclusive online material added since its publication in print.
In book: Nanostructures for the Engineering of Cells, Tissues and Organs, Edition: First, Chapter: Implantable drug delivery systems: An Overview, Publisher: Elsevier, Editors: Alexandru. Microstructural investigation of the oxide scale of ZrNb and its interface with the alloy substrate, in Biomedical Materials-Drug Delivery, Implants and Tissue Engineering, Mater Res Soc Symp Proc,–Biomedical Materials -- Drug Delivery, Implants and Tissue Engineering.
oxide scale on Zr Nb and its interface with the alloy substrate." In: Biomedical Materials -- Drug Delivery, Implants and Tissue Engineering. Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol., pp. oxide scale on Zr Nb and its interface with the alloy.Specifically, the book highlights: Developments in polyhydroxyalkanoates applications in agriculture, biodegradable packaging material and biomedical field like drug delivery systems, implants, tissue engineering and scaffolds The synthesis and elaboration of cellulose microfibrils from sisal fibres for high performance engineering applications in various sectors such as the automotive and aerospace .