This exciting issue will cover everything from Ligament anatomy and biomechanics of the Carpus, Diagnosis and Treatment of Perilunate and lunate fracture/dislocations, Acute Scapholunate ligament injuries - arthroscopic treatment, Acute scapholunate ligament injuries - open treatment, Diagnosis and treatment of acute lunotriquetral ligament injuries to Management of intercarpal ligament injuries associated with distal radius fractures, Chronic scapholunate ligament injuries - soft-tissue ligament reconstruction , Midcarpal instability, Salvage procedures in the management of carpal instability, and many more.
This issue of the Foot & Ankle Clinics focuses exclusively on advances being made in Latin America, in an effort to include more surgeons from Latin America who are major contributors to the literature, and give them an opportunity to share ideas. The issue will cover new techniques and advances from major doctors, academics, and institutions in Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.
Unrivalled in scope and depth, Campbells Operative Orthopaedics continues to be the most widely used resource in orthopaedic surgery , relied on for years by surgeons across the globe. It provides trusted guidance on when and how to perform every state-of-the-art procedure thats worth using , with updates to the new edition including hundreds of new techniques, illustrations, and digital diagnostic images to keep you abreast of the latest innovations. Each chapter follows a standard template , with highlighted procedural steps that lead with art and are followed by bulleted text. Covers multiple procedures for all body regions. In-depth coverage helps you accommodate the increasing need for high-quality orthopaedic care in our aging population. Achieve optimal outcomes with step-by-step guidance on todays full range of procedures, brought to you by Drs. Canale, Beaty, and Azar, and many other contributors from the world-renowned Campbell Clinic. Includes approximately 100 new techniques , 300 new illustrations , and 500 new or updated photos and high-quality digital diagnostic images. Features evidence-based surgical coverage wherever possible to aid in making informed clinical choices for each patient. Highlights the latest knowledge on total joint arthroplasty in the ambulatory surgery center, including how to manage metal sensitivity . Provides up-to-date details on rib-based distraction implants (VEPTR ) and remote-controlled growing rods (MAGEC) for scoliosis; diagnosis of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and its influence on development of osteoarthritis; and the treatment of FAI with the mini-open direct anterior approach . Lavish art program is consistent throughout the 4 volumes, providing a fresh, modern look.
This book presents a state-of-the-art review of the latest advances in developing calcium- phosphate bone cements and their applications. It covers the synthesis methods, characterization approaches, material modification and novel binders, as well as the fabrication technologies of calcium-phosphate-based biomaterials in regenerative medicine and their clinical applications. It also highlights methodologies for fabricating scaffolds, biofunctional surfaces/interfaces and subsequently modulating the host response to implantable/injectable materials, and integrates a series of discussions and insights into calcium-phosphate cements and constructs in bone regenerative medicine. As such, the book not only covers the fundamentals but also opens new avenues for meeting future challenges in research and clinical applications. Prof. Changsheng Liu is a Cheung Kong Scholar Professor at the School of Materials Science and Engineering of East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST). He is the director of the Ministry of Educations Engineering Research Center for Biomedical Materials. Prof. Liu received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from ECUST in 1996. He was a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. His research interest focuses on the interactions between biomaterials and microenvironments and designing bioactive materials for in situ tissue regeneration. He has devoted to developing various biomaterials including CPC formulations with the superior properties and building the relationship between CPC-based biomaterials and clinic applications for over 20 years. Six CPC-based products and one bioengineered growth factor developed by Prof. Liu have been sold on the market and used in more than 500 hospitals in China. He has more than 200 refereed journal publications, 60 patents and invention disclosures, and 3 edited books to his name. His excellent innovations and significant contributions have earned him numerous honors and awards, including second prize at the National Award for Science and Technology Progress in 2003, the Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation Scientific and Technological Innovation Award of 2007, International Fellow of Biomaterials Science and Engineering in 2012, and the second-prize of the National Award for Natural Sciences in 2014. He is also an editor for several journals, including Biomaterials Research, Biomatter, the Journal of Orthopaedic Translation, the Journal of Materiomics, and the Journal of Inorganic Materials. Dr. Hongyan He is an associate professor at the Ministry of Educations Engineering Research Center for Biomedical Materials at ECUST. She received her B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering at Tsinghua University in 1997, completed her Ph.D. degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Ohio State University (OSU), and received an OSU Presidential Fellowship in 2006. Her doctoral work focused on cutting-edge research in developing novel biomedical systems for drug delivery. Then, she served as a key research engineer at the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for Affordable Nanoengineering of Polymer Biomedical Devices at OSU. Before joining ECUST in 2013, she worked as a principle scientist at BioLOC LLC. in the USA, and directed the research and development of automatic ELISA microfluidic chips by combining advanced surface modification and micro/nano fabrication technologies. She has published over 30 refereed journal articles, 2 book chapters, and holds 3 patents. Currently, her research interests include nanoscale phenomena at the surface and interface of bone-repairing biomaterials and development of low-cost biochip/biosensors.
This book focuses on cartilage defects and new mesenchymal stem cell-based treatments for their repair and regeneration. Early chapters provide a review of current etiological findings and repair methods of cartilage defects. The next chapters discuss fundamental concepts and features of MSCs, including their proliferation, differentiation, migration and immunomodulatory effects. The discussion also includes clinical applications of MSCs in cartilage tissues, especially with regards to various animal models, biomaterials and transferring techniques. Cartilage Regeneration focuses on the biology of MSCs and their possible applications in cartilage reconstruction, with the goal of bringing new insights into regenerative medicine. It will be essential reading for researchers and clinicians in stem cells, regenerative medicine, biomedical engineering and orthopedic surgery. Yunfeng Lin, D.D.S., M.D., Ph.D., is Professor of State Key Laboratory of Oral Diseases, Sichuan University. He serves as the Vice-director of State Key Laboratory of Oral Diseases and Assistant Dean of West China School of Stomatology. He received his Ph.D. from Sichuan University in 2006. Dr. Lins research focus on adipose stem cells, biomaterials and craniofacial regeneration, such as bone, cartilage, tooth, fat et al. He has published over 100 papers, reviews and book chapters, and made several seminal contributions to the stem cells fields. He received Young Scientific and Technological Innovation Leader of China, Chinese Youth Science and Technology Award, Ministry of Education Science and Technology Progress Award, Henry Fok prize for young teachers in Colleges and Universities, New Century Excellent Talents of Chinese Ministry of Education and National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of China.
This book focuses on the analysis and treatment of osteoporotic bone based on drug administration, tracking fatigue behavior and taking into consideration the mechanical interaction of implants with trabecular bone. Weak trabeculae are one of the most important clinical features that need to be addressed in order to prevent hip joint fractures. Mr. Mohammad Mostakhdemin obtained his Masters in the field of applied mechanics and design from University Technology Malaysia (UTM). His research interests are in field of finite element simulation of bio-structures, fatigue, damage and failure analysis of engineering materials and analysis of biomechanics problems numerically and analytically. Dr. I. S. Amiri, received his PhD from University Technology Malaysia (UTM). He has published more than 250 articles in journals, conferences and books related to Optical Soliton Communications, Nano photonics, Nonlinear Fiber Optics, Quantum Cryptography, Laser Physics, Nanotechnology, Biomedical Physics and Biotechnology Engineering. Dr. Ardiyansyah Syahrom obtained his PhD degree from University Technology Malaysia (UTM). He was appointed as visiting lecturer and researcher for one year in UTM from January 2011 to January 2012. Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Research Fellow at Sport Innovation and Technology Center (SITC). His research interests are in the area of Biomechanics and Biomaterials, with specific topics related to Cancellous bone structures, Biodegradable metal and Sports Engineering.
This book provides an in-depth review of state-of-the-art orthopaedic techniques and basic mechanical operations (drilling, boring, cutting, grinding/milling) involved in present day orthopaedic surgery. Casting a light on exploratory hybrid operations, as well as non-conventional techniques such as laser assisted operations, this book further extends the discussion to include physical aspects of the surgery in view of material (bone) and process parameters. Featuring detailed discussion of the computational modeling of forces (mechanical and thermal) involved in surgical procedures for the planning and optimization of the process/procedure and system development, this book lays the foundations for efforts towards the future development of improved orthopaedic surgery. With topics including the role of bone machining during surgical operations; the physical properties of the bone which influence the response to any machining operation, and robotic automation, this book will be a valuable and comprehensive literature source for years to come. Dr. Narendra Dahotre is a University Distinguished Research Professor and former Chairman (2010-2013) of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, Texas, USA. Prior to joining UNT he held a joint faculty appointment with Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2002-2010). Moreover, he was a senior faculty member of the Center for Laser Applications at the University of Tennessee, Space Institute-Tullahoma (1995-20 10). He has been recognized for pioneering contributions to the fundamental understanding and engineering of laser-materials interactions along with the implementation of high power lasers in materials processing and advanced manufacturing with a primary emphasis on surface engineering, additive manufacturing and machining. Dr. Dahotre is internationally known for his work on fundamentals and applications of laser surface engineering of metals, ceramics, composites, and biomaterials and laser machining of ceramics. His research has been extensively funded by the government and industrial organizations including but not limited to Department of Defense, Department of Energy, National Science Foundation. GM, Ford, Honda, ALCOA, and Babcock & Wilcox. His more than 25 years of experience on laser materials-interactions has been compiled in 3 books as author, and 13 books as editor in the areas of laser materials processing/manufacturing and surface engineering. He has been issued with 15 US patents with 2 more pending, and currently has 243 Publications. He has guided and advised 17 MS students, 15 PhD students, and 10 post-doctoral fellows. Additionally, he is fellow of the World Innovation Foundation (2014), National Academy of Inventors (2013), Materials Research Society India (2011), Society of Manufacturing Engineers (2010), American Association of Advancement of Science (2009), Indian Institute of Metals (2009), American Society for Mechanical Engineers (2008), and the American Society for Metals International (2004). He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Additive and Subtractive Materials Manufacturing and currently serves on 8 editorial boards of refereed journals in the area of materials science and engineering. Sameehan Joshi completed his masters degree in Materials Engineering in 2012 from the Indian Institute of Science, Banaglore, India after completion of a bachelors in Metallurgical Engineering from the College of Engineering, University of Pune, India. His research is focused on the development of cast magnesium alloys. He worked as a research engineer in the automobile industry for a year and half before joining the University of North Texas in 2012, where he is enrolled on a PhD program at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. His research here is focused on the mechanical behavior of laser processed metallic glasses. His research interests include amorphous metallic materials, light metals and alloys, high entropy alloys and bio materials. To date he has published 5 journal papers and a conference proceeding.