Adjusting the chlorhexidine content of calcium phosphate coatings by electrochemically assisted co-deposition from aqueous solutions

@article{Scharnweber2007AdjustingTC,
  title={Adjusting the chlorhexidine content of calcium phosphate coatings by electrochemically assisted co-deposition from aqueous solutions},
  author={Dieter Scharnweber and Markus Fl{\"o}ssel and Ren{\'e} Born and Hartmut Worch},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={18},
  pages={391-397}
}
Currently, a number of strategies to create either biologically active or antimicrobial surfaces of biomaterials are being developed and commercially applied. However, for metallic implants in contact with bone, both osteomyelitis and a fast and stable long-term fixation of implants are challenges to be overcome, especially in the case of bad bone quality. Therefore, the present work aims to develop compound coatings of calcium phosphate phases (CPP) and chlorhexidine (CHD) that combine… 

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