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Grotenhuis, Raisa (author)
Background. The past four decades, the problem of resistant bacteria has emerged. As a result of biofilm formation of (resistant) bacteria on the implant, more implant-associated infections (IAI) occurred. This has caused an increase in orthopaedic implant revisions, causing a high burden of disease. To overcome the rising problem of resistance,...
master thesis 2019
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Bruno, Victoria (author)
Degenerative disc disorders are among the most commonly diagnosed conditions and the leading cause for back and neck pain, affecting more than 266 million individuals annually. Interbody fusion is the proposed surgical treatment whenever lighter approaches such as physiotherapy and painkillers fail to improve the patient’s condition. It consists...
master thesis 2019
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Paresoglou, Marianna (author)
Implant associated infections are one of the main reasons for implant failure in total joint arthroplasty. The cause is due to bacteria that adhere to surfaces forming a biofilm. Biofilm formation is an irreversible situation which requires excessive hospitalization and medical treatment with antibiotics, however bacteria have been proven highly...
master thesis 2019
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Putra, Niko Eka (author)
The emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has increased the number of implant revision procedures in the Netherlands due to implant-associated infections (IAI). Staphylococci strains accounted for more than 50% of all IAI cases. Preventative measure, such as active antibacterial surfaces on the implant, are urgently needed. This study aims...
master thesis 2018
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