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Chitosan 15 , Hemostatic; promotes osteoconduction and wound healing.
Hyaluronic acid 17 — Chemotactic when combined with appropriate agents; low mechanical properties; minimal immunogenicity. Silk 20 — Promotes cell migration, vascularization, and osteoconduction; high compressive strength. Polylactic-co-glycolic acid PLGA 23 — Biocompatible; tunable degradation rates; good mechanical properties; process ability; approved for clinical use in humans.
Poly e-caprolactone 26 — Low chemical versatility; degradable by hydrolysis or bulk erosion; slow degrading; bioresorbable. Polymethylmethacrylate PMMA 29 — Brittle; biocompatible; thermoplastic; low ductility; used as bone cement. Poly lactic acid PLA Biodegradable; bioabsorbable; thermoplastic; suitable mechanical properties.
Polyetheretherketone PEEK 33 , Good mechanical properties; chemically and physically stable; biologically inert and safe; poor osteointegration. Titanium alloys 35 — Cobalt—chromium alloys 38 , Excellent friction resistance; high corrosion resistance. Silver 40 — Stainless steel 43 , Low cost; excellent fabrication properties; resistant to a wide range of corrosive agents.
Tantalum Anticorrosive; biocompatible; cost effective; ductile. Calcium phosphates 8. Improved cell differentiation; osteoconductive. Hydroxyapatite 46 , Slow biodegradation rate; low fracture toughness; good osteointegration. Bioactive glass 27 , Metallic oxides eg, alumina, zirconia, titania Favorable wear and corrosion properties; good biocompatibility. Excellent electrical conductivity and mechanical strength; low density. High tensile strength; thermal and electrical conductivity; reflexivity. Diamond Superior mechanical and tribiological properties.
Ceramic nanophase in a ceramic or polymer matrix 54 — Carbonaceous nanophase in a ceramic or polymer matrix 50 , Better osteoconductivity; tailorable degradation rate; enhanced mechanical and biological properties; supporting cell activity. Metallic nanophase in a ceramic or polymer matrix 58 — Polymer—polymer composites 61 , Hydrothermal treatment TiO 2 film with different surface morphologies. Improving the biological performance of implants through enhanced bioactivity and osteoconductivity. Sol-gel Nanometer-scale films such as titania, zirconia, and calcium phosphate.
Surface nanostructuring to improve biocompatibility and bioactivity. Chemical etching Better attachment of osteoblastic cells along with improved protein adsorption and osseointegration. Machine grinding Creating surface topography for greater osseous contact with improved mechanical interlocking. Abrasive blasting Sandblasting Electrochemical processing 41 , Final sections explore applications and future trends in nanotechnology-enhanced orthopedic materials.
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