Mechanical Properties and Cytocompatibility Improvement of Vertebroplasty PMMA Bone Cements by Incorporating Mineralized Collagen

@inproceedings{Jiang2015MechanicalPA,
  title={Mechanical Properties and Cytocompatibility Improvement of Vertebroplasty PMMA Bone Cements by Incorporating Mineralized Collagen},
  author={Hong-Jiang Jiang and Jin Xu and Zhi-Ye Qiu and Xin-long Ma and Zi-qiang Zhang and Xun-Xiang Tan and Yun Cui and Fuzhai Cui},
  year={2015}
}
Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) bone cement is a commonly used bone adhesive and filling material in percutaneous vertebroplasty and percutaneous kyphoplasty surgeries. However, PMMA bone cements have been reported to cause some severe complications, such as secondary fracture of adjacent vertebral bodies, and loosening or even dislodgement of the set PMMA bone cement, due to the over-high elastic modulus and poor osteointegration ability of the PMMA. In this study, mineralized collagen (MC… CONTINUE READING

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