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Hedayati, R. (author), Ahmadi, S.M. (author), Lietaert, K. (author), Tümer, N. (author), Li, Y (author), Amin Yavari, S. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author)
Magnesium and its alloys have the intrinsic capability of degrading over time in vivo without leaving toxic degradation products. They are therefore suitable for use as biodegradable scaffolds that are replaced by the regenerated tissues. One of the main concerns for such applications, particularly in load-bearing areas, is the sufficient...
journal article 2018
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Croes, M. (author), de Visser, H. (author), Meij, B. P. (author), Lietart, K. (author), van der Wal, B. C.H. (author), Vogely, H.C. (author), Fluit, A.C. (author), Boel, C.H.E. (author), Alblas, J (author), Weinans, H.H. (author), Amin Yavari, S. (author)
A model is needed to study the effectiveness of different anti-bacterial coatings on complex metal implants in a bone environment. This article shares data on the design of porous titanium implants for intramedullary implantation in the proximal rat tibia. The implant length, diameter and porosity were optimized after testing on cadaveric...
journal article 2018
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Mirzaali Mazandarani, M. (author), Van Dongen, I. C.P. (author), Tümer, N. (author), Weinans, H.H. (author), Amin Yavari, S. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author)
Nanopillar arrays that are bactericidal but not cytotoxic against the host cells could be used in implantable medical devices to prevent implant-associated infections. It is, however, unclear what heights, widths, interspacing, and shape should be used for the nanopillars to achieve the desired antibacterial effects while not hampering the...
journal article 2018
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Bakhshandeh, S. (author), Gorgin Karaji, Z. (author), Lietaert, K. (author), Fluit, A.C. (author), Boel, C.H.E. (author), Vogely, H.C. (author), Vermonden, T (author), Hennink, W. E. (author), Weinans, H.H. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author), Amin Yavari, S. (author)
Implant-associated infections are notoriously difficult to treat and may even result in amputation and death. The first few days after surgery are the most critical time to prevent those infections, preferably through full eradication of the micro-organisms entering the body perioperatively. That is particularly important for patients with a...
journal article 2017
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Hedayati, R. (author), Amin Yavari, S. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author)
Additively manufactured porous titanium implants, in addition to preserving the excellent biocompatible properties of titanium, have very small stiffness values comparable to those of natural bones. Although usually loaded in compression, biomedical implants can also be under tensional, shear, and bending loads which leads to crack initiation...
journal article 2017
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Van der Stok, J. (author), Koolen, M.K.E. (author), De Maat, M.P.M. (author), Amin Yavari, S. (author), Alblas, J. (author), Patka, P. (author), Verhaar, J.A.N. (author), Van Lieshout, E.E.M. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author), Weinans, H.H. (author), Jahr, H. (author)
Regeneration of load-bearing segmental bone defects is a major challenge in trauma and orthopaedic surgery. The ideal bone graft substitute is a biomaterial that provides immediate mechanical stability, while stimulating bone regeneration to completely bridge defects over a short period. Therefore, selective laser melted porous titanium,...
journal article 2015
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Amin Yavari, S. (author)
People in both developing and developed worlds are increasingly facing musculoskeletal problems that require long-term clinical performance of orthopaedic implants including bone substitutes. Porous biomaterials could play an important role in improving the longevity and overall performance of orthopaedic implants and that is why they have been...
doctoral thesis 2014
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