2021
DOI: 10.1108/rpj-03-2021-0060
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A review on the performance characteristics, applications, challenges and possible solutions in electron beam melted Ti-based orthopaedic and orthodontic implants

Abstract: Purpose Human aging is becoming a common issue these days as it results in orthopaedic-related issues such as joints disorderness, bone-fracture. People with age = 60 years suffer more from these aforesaid issues. It is expected that these issues in human beings will ultimately reach 2.1 billion by 2050 worldwide. Furthermore, the increase in traffic accidents in young people throughout the world has significantly emerged the need for artificial implants. Their implantation can act as a substitute for fracture… Show more

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“…Ti and its alloys are widely used in orthopedic and orthodontic implants [31] but exhibit a lack of antibacterial effectiveness activities and implant-associated rejection issues occur in the case of long-term uses. Furthermore, the biocompatibility, both at the micro-and nanoscales of Ti alloys-based implants, depend strongly on their composition and surface roughness [32,33] that can be improved by either a physical or chemical surface modification process.…”
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“…Ti and its alloys are widely used in orthopedic and orthodontic implants [31] but exhibit a lack of antibacterial effectiveness activities and implant-associated rejection issues occur in the case of long-term uses. Furthermore, the biocompatibility, both at the micro-and nanoscales of Ti alloys-based implants, depend strongly on their composition and surface roughness [32,33] that can be improved by either a physical or chemical surface modification process.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…NMR chemical shifts were given in ppm (¦Ä) relative to Me 4 Si with solvent resonances used as internal standards (CDCl 3 : 7.26 ppm for 1 H and 77.2 ppm for 13 C). 31 P NMR spectra were given relative to external 80% H 3 PO 4 standard. MS (ESI) analyses were performed on a SYNAPT G2 HDMS (Waters) spectrometer at the Spectropole of Aix-Marseille Université [37].…”
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“…Recently, the emergence of additive manufacturing technologies such as laser-based powder bed fusion [15][16][17] and electron beam melting [18][19][20] techniques has accelerated the use of β Ti-Nb alloys for the fabrication of implants [21]. Additive manufacturing technologies allow us to generate complicated shapes and eliminate the unnecessary processes, which reduces the fabrication cost [22,23].…”
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“…In the last decades, biomedical materials that are able to keep in contact with human cells for prolonged periods have been extensively developed for a wide range of applications related to human healthcare. These biomedical devices are widely used as non-implanted devices such as orthopedic fixation screws and as implants, sutures, catheters, dental and cardiovascular implants such as tents, heart valves or vascular grafts [ 1 ]. The selection of the material is crucial because it must meet a wide range of demanding properties.…”
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confidence: 99%