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Determination of Mechanical Properties of Spinal Segment after Implantation of DYNESYS Spinal Segment

NÁVRAT, T. FLORIAN, Z. CIENCIALA, J.

Originální název

Determination of Mechanical Properties of Spinal Segment after Implantation of DYNESYS Spinal Segment

Anglický název

Determination of Mechanical Properties of Spinal Segment after Implantation of DYNESYS Spinal Segment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Within this work an initial study was conducted focusing on the comparison of mechanical properties of the undamaged spinal segment of the segment after decompression and that stabilized by the DYNESYS implants. The problem area was solved by means of experimental modelling applying the ZWICK testing machine where loading for several statuses of the spinal segment was simulated. While utilizing the capacities of the testing machine, a special device for the simulation of flexion-extension motion was constructed.

Anglický abstrakt

Within this work an initial study was conducted focusing on the comparison of mechanical properties of the undamaged spinal segment of the segment after decompression and that stabilized by the DYNESYS implants. The problem area was solved by means of experimental modelling applying the ZWICK testing machine where loading for several statuses of the spinal segment was simulated. While utilizing the capacities of the testing machine, a special device for the simulation of flexion-extension motion was constructed.

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@inproceedings{BUT24045,
  author="Tomáš {Návrat} and Zdeněk {Florian} and Jan {Cienciala}",
  title="Determination of Mechanical Properties of Spinal Segment after Implantation of DYNESYS Spinal Segment",
  annote="Within this work an initial study was conducted focusing on the comparison of mechanical properties of the undamaged spinal segment of the segment after decompression and that stabilized by the DYNESYS implants. The problem area was solved by means of experimental modelling applying the ZWICK testing machine where loading for several statuses of the spinal segment was simulated. While utilizing the capacities of the testing machine, a special device for the simulation of flexion-extension motion was constructed.",
  address="Biomedical Engineering Society, World Association for Chinese Biomedical Engineers",
  booktitle="World Congress on Bioengineering 2007",
  chapter="24045",
  institution="Biomedical Engineering Society, World Association for Chinese Biomedical Engineers",
  year="2007",
  month="july",
  pages="181",
  publisher="Biomedical Engineering Society, World Association for Chinese Biomedical Engineers",
  type="conference paper"
}