Biomimetic Bonelike Composites and Novel Bioactive Glass Coatings
Department of Orthopedics and Physical Rehabilitation; Department of Cell Biology
Absorbable Implants; Bone Substitutes; Biocompatible Materials
Orthopedics | Rehabilitation and Therapy
Metallic orthopaedic implants have been successfully used for decades but they have serious shortcomings related to their osseointegration and the fact that their mechanical properties do not match those of bone. This paper reviews recent advances in the fabrication of novel coatings to improve implant osseointegration and in the development of a new generation of hybrid organic-inorganic implant materials specifically designed for orthopaedic applications.
DOI of Published Version
Tomsia AP, Saiz E, Song J, Bertozzi C. Biomimetic bonelike composites and novel bioactive glass coatings. Adv Eng Mat. 2005 Jan; 7: 999-1004. Link to article on publisher's website
Advanced Engineering Materials
Tomsia, Antoni P.; Saiz, Eduardo; Song, Jie; and Bertozzi, Carolyn R., "Biomimetic Bonelike Composites and Novel Bioactive Glass Coatings" (2005). Orthopedics and Physical Rehabilitation Publications and Presentations. 86.