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Methyl Cellulose Injectable Bone Hydrogel

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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27709133/rheological-properties-biocompatibility-and-in-vivo-performance-of-new-hydrogel-based-bone-fillers
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Paolo Giannoni, Federico Villa, Cinzia Cordazzo, Luciano Zardi, Paolo Fattori, Rodolfo Quarto, Mauro Fiorini
Three different heterologous substitutes for bone regeneration, manufactured with equine-derived cortical powder (CP), cancellous chips (CC) and demineralized bone matrix granules (DBM), were compared in in vitro and in vivo settings. We tested: a commercially available bone paste (Osteoplant-Activagen™, consisting of aqueous collagenous carrier, CP, DBM; named A); a second-generation injectable paste (20 kDa polyethylene glycol/hydroxypropyl-methyl cellulose-based hydrogel, CP, DBM; B); a pre-formed bone filler (400 kDa polyethylene oxide/hydroxypropyl-methyl cellulose-based hydrogel, CP, CC, DBM; C)...
November 18, 2016: Biomaterials Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21611794/treatment-of-periodontal-defects-in-dogs-using-an-injectable-composite-hydrogel-biphasic-calcium-phosphate
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Xavier Struillou, Hervé Boutigny, Zahi Badran, Borhane H Fellah, Olivier Gauthier, Sophie Sourice, Paul Pilet, Thierry Rouillon, Pierre Layrolle, Pierre Weiss, Assem Soueidan
An injectable composite silanized hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose/biphasic calcium phosphate (Si-HPMC/BCP) has been investigated in humans with promising results. The aim of this study was to evaluate his efficacy for treating periodontal defects (canine fenestration and premolar furcation) in dog models. At 3 months, we observed that bone formation around BCP particles in furcation model is more discernible but not statistically significant in defects filled with Si-HPMC/BCP compared to healing in control...
July 2011: Journal of Materials Science. Materials in Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/19882306/developments-in-injectable-multiphasic-biomaterials-the-performance-of-microporous-biphasic-calcium-phosphate-granules-and-hydrogels
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G Daculsi, A P Uzel, P Weiss, E Goyenvalle, E Aguado
Calcium phosphate bioceramic granules associated with hydrosoluble polymers were developed as bone substitutes for various maxillofacial and orthopaedic applications. These injectable bone substitutes, support and regenerate bone tissue and resorb after implantation. The efficiency of these multiphasic materials is due to the osteogenic and osteoconductive properties of the microporous biphasic calcium phosphate. The associated hydrosoluble polymers are considered as carriers in order to achieve the rheological properties of injectable bone substitutes (IBS)...
March 2010: Journal of Materials Science. Materials in Medicine
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