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Definitions of Biomaterials for the Twenty-First Century (Materials Today)

Editat de Xingdong Zhang, David Williams
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Definitions of Biomaterials for the Twenty-First Century is a review of key, critical biomaterial terms and definitions endorsed by the International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering. The topics and definitions discussed include those in general biomaterials and applications, biocompatibility, implantable and interventional devices, drug delivery systems, regenerative medicine and emerging biomaterials. The book reviews the discussion of these terms by leaders in the global biomaterials community and summarizes the agreed upon definitions.


  • Provides readers with the official definitions of critical biomaterials terms endorsed by the International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering
  • Includes the combined contributions from more than 50 global leaders in the biomaterials community
  • Updates terms based on the latest advances in clinical and scientific understanding and expanded scope of biomaterials science
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780128182918
ISBN-10: 0128182911
Pagini: 290
Dimensiuni: 191 x 235 x 30 mm
Greutate: 0.50 kg
Editura: ELSEVIER SCIENCE
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I Introduction; David Williams (a) Background (b) Logistics of Consensus Conference (c) Structure of Definitions (d) Introductory General Definitions (e) Terms to be Discussed
II Session One: General Biomaterials (a) Plenary Presentation: David Williams (b) Moderator’s Comments: Kai Zhang (c) Reporter’s Comments: Carl Simon (d) Votes on Definitions
III Session Two: Biocompatibility (a) Plenary Presentation: James Anderson (b) Moderator’s Comments: James Kirkpatrick (c) Reporter’s Comments: Jeremy Gilbert (d) Votes on Definitions
IV Session Three: Implantable and Interventional Devices (a) Plenary Presentation: Jiang Chang (b) Moderator’s Comments: Art Coury (c) Reporter’s Comments: Keith McLean (d) Votes on Definitions
V Session Four: Drugs and Genes (a) Plenary Presentation: Nicholas Peppas (b) Moderator’ Comments: Kazunori Kataoka (c) Reporter’s Comments: Maria Vicent (d) Votes on Definitions
VI Session Five: Regenerative Medicine (a) Plenary Presentation: William Wagner (b) Moderator’ comments: Cato Laurencin (c) Reporter’ comments: Helen Lu (d) Votes on Definitions
VII Session Six: Emerging Biomaterials and Technologies (a) Plenary Presentation: Kristi Anseth (b) Moderator’s Comments: Kam Leong (c) Reporter’s comments: Jiandong Ding (d) Votes on Definitions
VIII Review and Summary of Definitions that Achieved Consensus Annex A Delegates Annex B Summary of Consensus Definitions at Chester, 1986 Annex C Preliminary List of Terms to be Discussed and Possible Definitions