Isaiah Adekanmbi

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Tendons are known to adapt to their mechanical environment, however high frequency low magnitude (HFLM) loading regimes (10-50Hz), which are effective in promoting bone anabolic effects, have not been investigated in controlled conditions in tendon. In vitro loading systems (IVLS) enable precise characterisation of the link between their controlled(More)
The healing process of ruptured tendons is suboptimal, taking months to achieve tissue with inferior properties to healthy tendon. Mechanical loading has been shown to positively influence tendon healing. However, high frequency low magnitude (HFLM) loads, which have shown promise in maintaining healthy tendon properties, have not been studied with in vitro(More)
Biodegradable magnesium alloys including AZ31 are exciting candidates for temporary implants as they eliminate the requirement for surgical removal, yet have higher mechanical properties than degradable polymers. However, the very long term mechanical properties and degradation of these alloys have not been fully characterized. The tensile, bending and(More)
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