A Silver Ion-doped Calcium Phosphate-based Ceramic Nanopowder-coated Prosthesis Increased Infection Resistance

@article{Kose2013ASI,
  title={A Silver Ion-doped Calcium Phosphate-based Ceramic Nanopowder-coated Prosthesis Increased Infection Resistance},
  author={Nusret Kose and Ali Otuzbir and Ceren Pekşen and Abdurrahman Kiremitçi and Aydın Doğan},
  journal={Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®},
  year={2013},
  volume={471},
  pages={2532-2539}
}
  • Nusret Kose, Ali Otuzbir, +2 authors Aydın Doğan
  • Published in
    Clinical orthopaedics and…
    2013
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®
  • BackgroundDespite progress in surgical techniques, 1% to 2% of joint arthroplasties become complicated by infection. Coating implant surfaces with antimicrobial agents have been attempted to prevent initial bacterial adhesion to implants with varying success rates. We developed a silver ion-containing calcium phosphate-based ceramic nanopowder coating to provide antibacterial activity for orthopaedic implants.Questions/purposesWe asked whether titanium prostheses coated with this nanopowder… CONTINUE READING

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