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”Mussel-inspired” biomimetic polymer-composite bone cement for fracture fixations: Synthesis, characterization and ex-vivo evaluation

VALOVÁ, K. MICHLOVSKÁ, L. LYSÁKOVÁ, K. BRTNÍKOVÁ, J. KRTIČKA, M. POLÁČEK, P. ČÁSTKOVÁ, K. VOJTOVÁ, L.

Original Title

”Mussel-inspired” biomimetic polymer-composite bone cement for fracture fixations: Synthesis, characterization and ex-vivo evaluation

English Title

”Mussel-inspired” biomimetic polymer-composite bone cement for fracture fixations: Synthesis, characterization and ex-vivo evaluation

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Bone cements are very attractive material in medcine. They are used mainly in orthopedy or dentistry as a filler. Novel bone cement based on phosphate ceramics, smart thermoresponsive hydrogel and dopamine exhibits very good adhesive properties. Due to this fact it has great potential for bone fracture fixation, comminuted fracture fixation respectively. Nowdays there is no suitable fixation method for this type of facture. The main goal of this study was to modification of cement with dopamine and to characterize their chemophysical properties, with emphasis on rheology of cement and ex-vivo biomechanical testing on pigs femur.

English abstract

Bone cements are very attractive material in medcine. They are used mainly in orthopedy or dentistry as a filler. Novel bone cement based on phosphate ceramics, smart thermoresponsive hydrogel and dopamine exhibits very good adhesive properties. Due to this fact it has great potential for bone fracture fixation, comminuted fracture fixation respectively. Nowdays there is no suitable fixation method for this type of facture. The main goal of this study was to modification of cement with dopamine and to characterize their chemophysical properties, with emphasis on rheology of cement and ex-vivo biomechanical testing on pigs femur.

Keywords

bone cement, calcium-phoshpate cement, dopamine, polydopamine, thermosensitive copolymer

Released

12.06.2019

Publisher

eCM Meeting Abstracts

ISBN

2522-235X

Periodical

eCM Periodical

Year of study

2019

Number

2

State

CH

Pages from

8

Pages to

8

Pages count

72

URL

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT159268,
  author="Kristýna {Valová} and Lenka {Michlovská} and Klára {Lysáková} and Jana {Brtníková} and Milan {Krtička} and Petr {Poláček} and Klára {Částková} and Lucy {Vojtová}",
  title="”Mussel-inspired” biomimetic polymer-composite bone cement for fracture fixations: Synthesis, characterization and ex-vivo evaluation",
  annote="Bone cements are very attractive material in medcine. They are used mainly in orthopedy or dentistry as a filler. Novel bone cement based on phosphate ceramics, smart thermoresponsive hydrogel and dopamine exhibits very good adhesive properties. Due to this fact it has great potential for bone fracture fixation, comminuted fracture fixation respectively. Nowdays there is no suitable fixation method for this type of facture. The main goal of this study was to modification of cement with dopamine and to characterize their chemophysical properties, with emphasis on rheology of cement and ex-vivo biomechanical testing on pigs femur.",
  address="eCM Meeting Abstracts",
  chapter="159268",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="eCM Meeting Abstracts",
  number="2",
  year="2019",
  month="june",
  pages="8--8",
  publisher="eCM Meeting Abstracts",
  type="abstract"
}