Comprehensive Biomaterials, 1st Edition

  • Paul Ducheyne
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  • ISBN-10: 0080552943
  • ISBN-13: 9780080552941
  • DDC: 610.284
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 3672 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released August 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012

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The new standard reference for students and researchers interested in any aspect of biomaterials science and engineering.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 1.
Editor-in-Chief Biography.
Co-Editor Biographies.
Contributors to Volume 1.
Contents of All Volumes.
1: Volume 1: Metallic, Ceramic and Polymeric Biomaterials.
2: Biomaterials.
3: Metals.
4: Metals for Use in Medicine.
5: Electrochemical Behavior of Metals in the Biological Milieu.
6: Shape Memory Alloys for Use in Medicine.
7: Ceramics – Inert Ceramics.
8: Alumina.
9: Zirconia as a Biomaterial.
10: Carbon and Diamond.
11: Wear-Resistant Ceramic Films and Coatings.
12: Ceramics – Bioactive Ceramics.
13: Bioactive Ceramics.
14: Bioactive Glass-Ceramics.
15: Bioactive Ceramics: Physical Chemistry.
16: Calcium Phosphate Coatings.
17: Bioactive Layer Formation on Metals and Polymers.
18: Bioactivity: Mechanisms.
19: Calcium Phosphates for Cell Transfection.
20: Bioactive Ceramics: Cements.
21: Phosphate-Based Glasses.
22: Calcium Phosphate Ceramics with Inorganic Additives.
23: Silicon-Containing Apatites.
24: Synthetic Bone Grafts: Clinical Use.
25: Polymers.
26: Polymer Fundamentals: Polymer Synthesis.
27: Structural Biomedical Polymers (Nondegradable).
28: Degradable Polymers.
29: Polymer Films Using LbL Self-Assembly.
30: Polyurethanes and Silicone Polyurethane Copolymers.
31: Shape-Memory Polymers.
32: Electrospinning and Polymer Nanofibers: Process Fundamentals.
33: Fluorinated Biomaterials.
34: Engineering the Biophysical Properties of Basement Membranes into Biomaterials: Fabrication and Effects on Cell Behavior.
35: Electroactive Polymeric Biomaterials.
36: Superporous Hydrogels for Drug Delivery Systems.
37: Dynamic Hydrogels.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 2.
Editor-in-Chief Biography.
Co-Editor Biographies.
Contributors to Volume 2.
Contents of All Volumes.
1: Biologically Inspired and Biomolecular Materials and Interfaces.
2: Bio-inspired Silica Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications.
3: Engineering Viruses for Gene Therapy.
4: Protein-Engineered Biomaterials: Synthesis and Characterization.
5: Peptoids: Synthesis, Characterization, and Nanostructures.
6: Self-Assembling Biomaterials.
7: Phages as Tools for Functional Nanomaterials Development.
8: Extracellular Matrix: Inspired Biomaterials.
9: Artificial Extracellular Matrices to Functionalize Biomaterial Surfaces.
10: Materials as Artificial Stem Cell Microenvironments.
11: Materials of Biological Origin.
12: Bone as a Material.
13: Polymers of Biological Origin.
14: Silk Biomaterials.
15: Chitosan.
16: Hyaluronic Acid.
17: Collagen: Materials Analysis and Implant Uses.
18: Collagen–GAG Materials.
19: Fibrin.
20: Elastin Biopolymers.
21: Biophysical Analysis of Amyloid Formation.
22: Extracellular Matrix as Biomimetic Biomaterial: Biological Matrices for Tissue Regeneration.
23: Decellularized Scaffolds.
24: Xenogenic Tissues and Biomaterials for the Skeletal System.
25: Bacterial Cellulose as Biomaterial.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 3.
Editor-in-Chief Biography.
Co-Editor Biographies.
Contributors to Volume 3.
Contents of All Volumes.
1: Surface and Other Instrumental Analysis.
2: Surface Analysis and Biointerfaces: Vacuum and Ambient in Situ Techniques.
3: Atomic Force Microscopy.
4: Proteomic and Advanced Biochemical Techniques to Study Protein Adsorption.
5: Developments in High-Resolution CT: Studying Bioregeneration by Hard X-Ray Synchrotron-Based Microtomography.
6: Mechanical Analysis.
7: Biomedical Thin Films: Mechanical Properties.
8: Microindentation.
9: Computational Analyses and Modeling.
10: Finite Element Analysis in Bone Research: A Computational Method Relating Structure to Mechanical Function.
11: The Mechanics of Native and Engineered Cardiac Soft Tissues.
12: Fluid Mechanics: Transport and Diffusion Analyses as Applied in Biomaterials Studies.
13: Computational Methods Related to Reaction Chemistry.
14: Molecular Simulation Methods to Investigate Protein Adsorption Behavior at the Atomic Level.
15: Biological and Tissue Analyses.
16: Cell Culture Systems for Studying Biomaterial Interactions with Biological Barriers.
17: Histological Analysis.
18: Materials to Control and Measure Cell Function.
19: Biological Microelectromechanical Systems (BioMEMS) Devices.
20: Immunohistochemistry.
21: Fluorescence Imaging of Cell–Biomaterial Interactions.
22: Molecular Imaging.
23: Characterization of Nanoparticles in Biological Environments.
24: Nanostructured Polymeric Films for Cell Biology.
25: Microarrays in Biomaterials Research.
26: In Vivo and Ex Vivo Imaging.
27: Infrared and Raman Microscopy and Imaging of Biomaterials.
28: Magnetic Resonance of Bone Microstructure and Chemistry.
29: Fluorescent Nanoparticles for Biological Imaging.
30: Imaging Mineralized Tissues in Vertebrates.
31: Imaging and Diagnosis of Biological Markers.
32: Biosensors.
33: Intracellular Probes.
34: Biosensors Based on Sol–Gel-Derived Materials.
35: Hydrogels in Biosensing Applications.
36: Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensors: Overview.
37: Conjugated Polymers for Biosensor Devices.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 4.
Editor-in-Chief Biography.
Co-Editor Biographies.
Contributors to Volume 4.
Contents of All Volumes.
1: Biocompatibility.
2: The Concept of Biocompatibility.
3: Biocompatibility and the Relationship to Standards: Meaning and Scope of Biomaterials Testing.
4: The Innate Response to Biomaterials.
5: Adaptive Immune Responses to Biomaterials.
6: Leukocyte–Biomaterial Interaction In Vitro.
7: Protein Interactions with Biomaterials.
8: Bacterial Adhesion and Biomaterial Surfaces.
9: Integrin-Activated Reactions to Metallic Implant Surfaces.
10: Surfaces and Cell Behavior.
11: Sterilization of Biomaterials of Synthetic and Biological Origin.
12: Surface Engineering.
13: Peptide- and Protein-Modified Surfaces.
14: Rational and Combinatorial Methods to Create Designer Protein Interfaces.
15: Patterned Biointerfaces.
16: Molecular Biomimetic Designs for Controlling Surface Interactions.
17: Surface Engineering Using Peptide Amphiphiles.
18: Growth Factors and Protein-Modified Surfaces and Interfaces.
19: Tethered Antibiotics.
20: Engineering Interfaces for Infection Immunity.
21: Synthesis and Structural Design for Drug and Gene Delivery.
22: Vaccine and Immunotherapy Delivery.
23: Drug Delivery via Heparin Conjugates.
24: Self-Assembled Prodrugs.
25: pH-Responsive Polymers for the Intracellular Delivery of Biomolecular Drugs.
26: Polymeric Drug Conjugates by Controlled Radical Polymerization.
27: Nanoparticles for Nucleic Acid Delivery.
28: Delivery of Nucleic Acids and Gene Delivery.
29: Electrospun Fibers for Drug Delivery.
30: Cell-Demanded Release of Growth Factors.
31: Inorganic and Hybrid Controlled Release Systems.
32: Sol–Gel Processed Oxide Controlled Release Materials.
33: Ordered Mesoporous Silica Materials.
34: Silica-Based Mesoporous Nanospheres.
35: Encapsulation of Cells (Cellular Delivery) Using Sol–Gel Systems.
36: Layered Double Hydroxides as Controlled Release Materials.
37: Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks as New Drug Carriers.
38: Hybrid Magnetic Nanoparticles for Targeted Delivery.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 5.
Editor-in-Chief Biography.
Co-Editor Biographies.
Contributors to Volume 5.
Contents of All Volumes.
1: Tissue Engineering – Fundamentals.
2: Scaffolds: Flow Perfusion Bioreactor Design.
3: Engineering Scaffold Mechanical and Mass Transport Properties.
4: Biomaterials and the Microvasculature.
5: Effect of Substrate Modulus on Cell Function and Differentiation.
6: Quantifying Integrin–Ligand Engagement and Cell Phenotype in 3D Scaffolds.
7: Effects of Mechanical Stress on Cells.
8: Tissue Engineering and Selection of Cells.
9: Scaffold Materials for hES Cell Culture and Differentiation.
10: Cell Encapsulation.
11: Engineered Bioactive Molecules.
12: Rotating-Wall Vessels for Cell Culture.
13: In Vivo Bioreactors.
14: Systems Biology in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering.
15: Tissue Engineering – Musculoskeletal, Cranial and Maxillofacial.
16: Chondrocyte Transplantation and Selection.
17: Cartilage Tissue Engineering.
18: Biomaterials in Cartilage Tissue Engineering.
19: Tissue Engineering of the Temporomandibular Joint.
20: Endocultivation: Computer Designed, Autologous, Vascularized Bone Grafts.
21: Biomaterials Selection for Dental Pulp Regeneration.
22: Bioactive Ceramics and Bioactive Ceramic Composite-Based Scaffolds.
23: Calcium Phosphates and Bone Induction.
24: Bone Tissue Engineering: Growth Factors and Cytokines.
25: Carbon Nanotubes: Applications for In Situ Implant Sensors.
26: Biomaterials for Replacement and Repair of the Meniscus and Annulus Fibrosus.
27: Tissue Engineering Approaches to Regeneration of Anterior Cruciate Ligament.
28: Tissue Engineering of Muscle Tissue.
29: Tissue Engineering - Cardiovascular.
30: Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering.
31: Tissue Engineering of Heart Valves.
32: Biomaterials for Cardiac Cell Transplantation.
33: Medical Applications of Cell Sheet Engineering.
34: Tissue Engineering, Neurological and Neurosurgical.
35: Peripheral Nerve Regeneration.
36: Nerve Tissue Engineering.
37: Biomaterials for Central Nervous System Regeneration.
38: Tissue Engineering – Other Tissues.
39: Skin Tissue Engineering.
40: Cartilage Regeneration in Reconstructive Surgery.
41: Tissue-Engineering Hollow Noncardiac Intrathoracic Organs: State-of-the-Art 2010.
42: Adipose Tissue Engineering.
43: Finger.
44: Organ Engineering.
45: From Tissue to Organ Engineering.
46: Kidney Tissue Engineering.
47: Liver Tissue Engineering.
48: Organ Printing.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 6.
Editor-in-Chief Biography.
Co-Editor Biographies.
Contributors to Volume 6.
Contents of All Volumes.
1: Orthopedic Surgery – Joint Replacement.
2: Current and Projected Utilization of Total Joint Replacements.
3: Bone Cement.
4: Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene Total Joint Implants.
5: Ceramic Prostheses: Clinical Results Worldwide.
6: Porous Coatings in Orthopedics.
7: Biological Effects of Wear Debris from Joint Arthroplasties.
8: Fretting Corrosion of Orthopedic Implants.
9: Implant Debris: Clinical Data and Relevance.
10: Orthopedic Implant Use and Infection.
11: Orthopedic Surgery – Spinal Treatment.
12: Trends in Materials for Spine Surgery.
13: Injectable Bone Cements for Spinal Column Augmentation: Materials for Kyphoplasty/Vertebroplasty.
14: Biomaterials for Intervertebral Disc Regeneration.
15: Nucleus Replacement.
16: Wear: Total Intervertebral Disc Prostheses.
17: Intervertebral Disc.
18: Orthopedic Surgery – Fracture Fixation, Bone Grafting, Tendon and Ligament Repair.
19: Materials in Fracture Fixation.
20: Bone Tissue Grafting and Tissue Engineering Concepts.
21: Materials in Tendon and Ligament Repair.
22: Dentistry, and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
23: Materials in Dental Implantology.
24: Dental Graft Materials.
25: Biomaterials and Their Application in Craniomaxillofacial Surgery.
26: The Effect of Substrate Microtopography on Osseointegration of Titanium Implants.
27: Materials in Fixed Prosthodontics for Indirect Dental Restorations.
28: Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery.
29: Cardiac Patch with Cells: Biological or Synthetic.
30: Long-Term Implantable Ventricular Assist Devices (VADs) and Total Artificial Hearts (TAHs).
31: Cardiac Valves: Biologic and Synthetic.
32: Drug-Eluting Stents.
33: Vascular Grafts.
34: Other Surgical Disciplines: Neurology and Neurosurger.
35: Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunts.
36: Biomaterials for Spinal Cord Repair.
37: Other Surgical Disciplines: Ophthalmology.
38: Keratoprostheses.
39: Retina Reconstruction.
40: Development of Contact Lenses from a Biomaterial Point of View – Materials, Manufacture, and Clinical Application.
41: Other Surgical Disciplines: General.
42: Bioartificial Kidney.
43: Surgical Adhesion and Its Prevention.
44: Suture Material: Conventional and Stimuli Responsive.
45: Staple Line Reinforcement Materials.
46: Biomaterials for Hernia Repair.