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By Robert B. Heimann, Hans D. Lehmann

Reflecting the growth lately, this booklet offers in-depth info at the training, chemistry, and engineering of bioceramic coatings for scientific implants. it's authored through well known specialists with over 30 years of expertise in and academia, who comprehend the potentials and pitfalls of the innovations concerned.

Following an creation to the rules of biocompatibility, they current the constructions and houses of assorted bioceramics from alumina to zirconia. the most a part of the paintings makes a speciality of coating applied sciences, comparable to chemical vapor deposition, sol-gel deposition and thermal spraying. There then follows a dialogue of the most important interactions of bioceramics with bone or tissue cells, complemented via an summary of the in-vitro trying out tools of the biomineralization houses of bioceramics. The textual content is rounded off via chapters at the functionalization of bioceramic coatings and a glance at destiny trends.

As a end result, the authors collect all points of the most recent ideas for designing, depositing, checking out, and enforcing stronger and novel bioceramic coating compositions, offering an entire but concise review for rookies and pros.

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