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Gelderman, Francisca (author)
In the current day and age, osteogenic bone implants are important to reduce healing time and infections after bone implantation. To help induce bone formation, the implant surface can be biofunctionalized with different agents. A promising surface modification technique used to treat titanium implants is Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO). In...
master thesis 2018
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Dwisetya Safirna Widyaratih, Dwisetya Safirna (author)
The presence of implants in the body is frequently associated with a high risk of peri-implant infections. The host and the bacterial cells compete to adhere and grow on the implant surface. Therefore, producing an implant that can promote the stem cells function (e.g., osteogenic differentiation) while reducing bacterial colonization is vital....
master thesis 2017
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Schoeman, Monique A.E. (author), Oostlander, Angela E. (author), Rooij, Karien Ede (author), Valstar, E.R. (author), Nelissen, R.G.H.H. (author)
During the process of aseptic loosening of prostheses, particulate wear debris induces a continuous inflammatory-like response resulting in the formation of a layer of fibrous peri-prosthetic tissue at the bone-prosthesis interface. The current treatment for loosening is revision surgery which is associated with a high-morbidity rate,...
journal article 2017
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Hammann, C.P.W. (author)
There is a need for joint replacing implants due to osteoarthritis and trauma. For non-cemented implants made of titanium alloys, bone ingrowth is needed. However bone ingrowth is not always accomplished. Implant micro/nanotopography can be used to enhance bone ingrowth through cellular interactions. Therefore, processes to generate controlled...
master thesis 2016
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