Bioceramics: Advances in Applications and Research

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Micheal B. Heidelberg (Editor)

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

Bioceramics refers to materials that are used for repairing or replacing damaged bone tissues. This book contains four chapters that review bioceramics from a variety of perspectives. Chapter One provides salient information on the structure and properties of several calcium orthophosphates designed and used in a wide range of medical applications. Chapter Two presents a detailed review of studies of isomorphic substitutions and morphotropic transformations in compounds with the crystal structure of apatite. Chapter Three discusses the source, manufacturing methods and advantages of using calcium orthophosphates scaffolds for bone tissue engineering applications. Lastly, Chapter Four focuses on the preparation and characterization of beta-calcium pyrophosphate macroporous scaffolds from avian eggshell waste by using the polymer replication method.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Calcium Orthophosphate Bioceramics: Structure, Properties, and Biomedical Performance Requirements
Robert B. Heimann
Am Stadtpark 2A, Görlitz, Germany

Chapter 2. Crystal-Chemical and Thermodynamic Aspects of Isomorphic Substitutions in Bioceramic Materials
Evgeny N. Bulanov1, PhD, Oksana N. Golitsyna, MSc student1, Ksenia S. Stasenko, PhD student1,
Nikolai E. Skoblikow, PhD2,3,4 and Alexander V. Knyazev, DSc1
1
Department of Analytical and Medicinal Chemistry, Lobachevsky University, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
2Krasnodar Scientific Center for Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Znamensky, Krasnodar, Russia
3LLC SL Medical Group, Krasnodar, Russia
4Kuban State Medical University, Krasnodar, Russia

Chapter 3. Calcium Orthophosphate (CaPO4) Bioceramics in Tissue Engineering
Sergey V. Dorozhkin
Moscow, Russia

Chapter 4. Preparation of Macroporous Scaffolds Based on Nano-Sized β-Calcium Pyrophosphate Powder Derived of Avian Eggshell Waste for Use in Bone Tissue Engineering
T. H. A. Corrêa and J. N. F. Holanda
Group of Ceramic Materials/LAMAV, Northern Fluminense State University, Campos dos Goytacazes, RJ, Brazil

Chapter 5. Bibliography

Index