STP1346

    Alternative Bearing Surfaces in Total Joint Replacement

    Jacobs JJ, Craig TL

    Pages: 277

    Published: 1998

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    Although in widespread use in certain centers abroad, alternative bearing surfaces are currently in the developmental or early clinical stage in the United States. There are numerous manufacturing, regulatory, scientific, and clinical issues that need to be carefully examined prior to the widespread introduction of these devices. STP 1346 reflects the discussion of these issues in the context of relevant standards development.

    18 peer-reviewed papers written by members of industry, academia, clinical practice, and the regulatory and standards communities are presented in four sections: Wear Testing (2 papers); • Metal-on-Metal Bearings (9 papers); • Ceramic Bearings (4 papers); • and Alternative Polymeric Bearings (3 papers).


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    Predicting the Clinical Wear Performance of Orthopaedic Bearing Surfaces
    Anthony M., Sauer W.

    A New Screening Method Designed for Wear Analysis of Bearing Surfaces Used in Total Hip Arthroplasty
    Lampe F., Morlock M., Nassut R., Schneider E., Wimmer M.

    A Review of The Effects of Design, Contact Stress, and Materials on The Wear of Metal-On-Metal Hip Prostheses
    Poggie R.

    Co-Cr-Mo Alloys Used in Metal-Metal Bearing Surfaces
    Bobyn J., Medley J., Varano R., Yue S.

    Glassy Alloys as Potential Bearing Surfaces for Orthopaedic Implants
    Johnson C., Tesk J.

    Tribological Investigations of Cobalt-Based Alloys in Metal-on-Metal Contacts Using a Reciprocating Cylinder-on-Flat Apparatus with Bovine Serum Lubricants
    Cipera W., Medley J.

    Simulator Wear of Some Commercially Available Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants
    Bobyn J., Dowling J., Krygier J., Medley J., Poggie R.

    Numerical Analysis of Time-Varying Fluid Film Thickness in Metal-Metal Hip Implants in Simulator Tests
    Bobyn J., Chan F., Krygier J., Medley J.

    Wear Morphology of Metal-Metal Implants: Hip Simulator Tests Compared with Clinical Retrievals
    Chan F., Chiesa R., Lu B., McKellop H., Park S.

    Clinical Wear Performance of Metal-on-Metal Hip Arthroplasties
    Köttig P., Rieker C., Schön R., Windler M., Wyss U.

    The Wear Characteristics of Sivash®/SRN® Co-Cr-Mo THA Articulating Surfaces
    Lemons J., Scott M.

    Improving the Reliability of the Ceramic-On-Ceramic Wear Couple in THR
    Richter H., Weick K., Willmann G.

    Wear Behavior of Ceramic Pairs Compared on Different Testing Configurations
    Cales B., Chevalier J.

    Adherent Alumina Coatings by Ion Beam Synthesis
    Armini A., Bunker S., Huntington D.

    Clinical Results of Alumina-on-Alumina Couple in Total Bip Replacement
    Bizot P., Meunier A., Nizard R., Sedel L.

    Self-Reinforced Composite Polyethylene (SRC-PE): A Novel Material for Orthopedic Applications
    Duray S., Gilbert J., Megremis S.

    An UHMWPE Homocomposite for Joint Prostheses
    Mosleh M.

    Characterization of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Peek Composite for Use as a Bearing Material in Total Hip Replacements
    Chopra A., Dumbleton J., Essner A., Lin R., Polineni V., Stark C., Wang A.

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    Committee: F04

    Paper ID: STP1346-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1346-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5391-2

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-2490-5

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