Zhang, J., Liu, W., Schnitzler, V., Tancret, F. & Bouler, J.-M. (2014) Calcium phosphate cements for bone substitution: Chemistry, handling and mechanical properties. Acta Biomater. 10 1035–1049.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1742-7061
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Mots-clés: alpha-tricalcium phosphate, Bone void fillers, Calcium phosphate cements, compressive strength, cord stem-cells, diametral tensile-strength, drug-delivery systems, hydroxyapatite scaffolds, in-vitro degradation, Mechanical properties, of-the-art, particle-size, porosity, setting reaction
Créateurs: Bouler, Liu, Schnitzler, Tancret, Zhang
Collection: Acta Biomater.
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Since their initial formulation in the 1980s, calcium phosphate cements (CPCs) have been increasingly used as bone substitutes. This article provides an overview on the chemistry, kinetics of setting and handling properties (setting time, cohesion and injectability) of CPCs for bone substitution, with a focus on their mechanical properties. Many processing parameters, such as particle size, composition of cement reactants and additives, can be adjusted to control the setting process of CPCs, concomitantly influencing their handling and mechanical performance. Moreover, this review shows that, although the mechanical strength of CPCs is generally low, it is not a critical issue for their application for bone repair - an observation not often realized by researchers and clinicians. CPCs with compressive strengths comparable to those of cortical bones can be produced through densification and/or homogenization of the cement matrix. The real limitation for CPCs appears to be their low fracture toughness and poor mechanical reliability (Weibull modulus), which have so far been only rarely studied. (C) 2013 Acta Materialia Inc. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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