Biomechanical evaluation of screw-in femoral implant in cementless total hip system.

@article{Kim2012BiomechanicalEO,
  title={Biomechanical evaluation of screw-in femoral implant in cementless total hip system.},
  author={James Y Kim and Kei Hayashi and Tanya C. Garcia and Sun-Young Kim and Rachel Entwistle and Amy S. Kapatkin and Susan M. Stover},
  journal={Veterinary surgery : VS},
  year={2012},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={94-102}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare (1) proximal femoral axial strains, (2) femoral head deflection, and (3) failure mechanical properties, between Helica head and neck prosthesis implanted femora and normal femora. STUDY DESIGN In vitro study. SAMPLE POPULATION Cadaveric canine femora (n = 5 pair). METHODS Femoral bone strains and head displacement during in vitro simulation of midstance of the gallop were evaluated using cadaveric femurs cyclically loaded in vitro. Strains and displacements were… CONTINUE READING

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