volume 6, issue 6, P489-498 1972
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.820060603
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Abstract: SummaryIn previous sbudies from our laboratories, it was shown that metals arid alloys which register negative potentials in blood vs. the normal hydrogen electrode (NHE) tend t,o he antithrombogenic, while those with positive potentials are invariably thrombogenic. Of the metals, only the corrodible ones fall in the first group and t'he noble ones in the second. Blood compatible met,als appear to be essential for some types of medical devices. This paper deals with a novel approach of maint,aining an implant…

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