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M. 0 mol % SrO. The SrO doped TCP was prepared through the wet precipitation process. SrO TCP remained as phase pure ß-TCP after sintering at 1120°C. 07 g/cm3). 5 MPa with 5 mol % SrO addition. 0 mol % SrO had a negligible effect on the mechanical strength of TCP. 0 mol % SrO served to improve the mechanical properties of TCP. Samples place in a Simulated Body Fluid (SBF) for a 2 week period showed the presence of hydroxycarbonate apatite (HCA) formation. INTRODUCTION As the lifespan of the general population increases, the need for advanced bone graft materials has grown as well.
During the compression tests, the scaffolds showed an elastic response prior to fracture. The scaffolds were biocompatible, and supported the proliferation of murine MLO-A5 cells, an osteogenic cell line. These results indicate that 13-93 bioactive glass scaffolds fabricated by FEF could have potential application in the repair and regeneration of load-bearing bones. INTRODUCTION There is a growing interest in the development of synthetic scaffolds for bone repair and regeneration because of the limitations associated with current treatment methods, such as the use of bone allograft and custom metal augments (high costs; limited availability; transmission of diseases; uncertain healing to host bone; unpredictable long-term durability).
Moore, H. L. Hosick, S. Bose, A. Bandyopadhyay, W. W. Lu, K. Cheung and K. 79A , pp. 804-14 (2006). . Marie PJ. Strontium renelate: A novel mode of action optimizing bone formation and resorption. Osteoporos Int 2005; 16(Suppl. 1):S7-S10 . Marie PJ. Strontium Renelate: New insights into its dual mode of action, Bone 40 (2007) S5-S8 . J. Y. Reginster et al. Prevention of Early Postmenopausal Bone Loss by Strontium Ranelate:The Randomized, Two-Year, Double-Masked, Dose-Ranging, Placebo-Controlled PREVOS Trial.