Maciej Boguń

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When it comes to the treatment of long bone fractures, scientists are still investigating new materials for intramedullary nails and different manufacturing methods. Some of the most promising materials used in the field are resorbable polymers and their composites, especially since there is a wide range of potential manufacturing and processing methods.(More)
One of the major problems in orthopedic surgery is infection associated with implantation. The treatment is a very difficult and long-term process. A solution to this issue can be the use of implants which additionally constitute an antibiotic carrier preventing the development of an infection. Prototypes of biodegradable intramedullary nails made of three(More)
This work concerns the production of fibrous composite materials based on biodegradable polymers such as alginate, dibutyryl chitin (DBC) and poly-ε-caprolactone (PCL). For the production of fibres from these polymers, various spinning methods were used in order to obtain composite materials of different composition and structure. In the case of alginate(More)
The paper presents the results of the manufacture of carbon fibers (CF) from polyacrylonitrile fiber precursor containing bioactive ceramic nanoparticles. In order to modify the precursor fibers two types of bio-glasses and wollastonite in the form of nanoparticles were used. The processing variables of the thermal conversion of polyacrylonitrile (PAN)(More)
BACKGROUND Commonly, intramedullary nails are made of nondegradable materials, and hence they need to be removed once the bone fracture is healed. We propose a novel composite material consisting of poly-L-lactide matrix modified with carbon and alginate fibers to be used for biodegradable intramedullary fixation. The aim of this study was to make in vitro(More)
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