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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Magnesium-based Biodegradable Implants
Presentation Title Absorbable Filament Technologies: Wire-drawing to Enable Next-generation Medical Devices
Author(s) Adam J. Griebel, Jeremy E. Schaffer
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Adam J. Griebel
Abstract Scope Nutrient metal technology may revolutionize the medical device industry by alleviating long-term side-effects associated with permanent metallic implants. Alloys of nutrient elements such as magnesium, iron, and zinc are being pursued as material solutions to enable absorbable devices. Efforts by the research community have focused on improving properties including corrosion rate, strength, and ductility of materials in each of the aforementioned material classes. Robust evaluation of candidate materials is a challenge that requires material in the correct form and device-accurate process-structure-function state. For medical devices, forms will include wires for orthopedic fixation (~1 mm diameter), surgical staples (~0.30 mm), stents (~150 Ám), and aneurysm occlusion (~20 Ám). Through a well-engineered wire-drawing process, substantial grain-refinement and strengthening are possible. This presentation discusses the primary advantages and challenges associated with the production of absorbable medical wire.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: A combination print-CD volume

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

Absorbable Filament Technologies: Wire-drawing to Enable Next-generation Medical Devices
Appropriate Corrosion-FatigueTesting of Magnesium Alloys for Temporary Bio-implant Applications
Computer Simulation of the Mechanical Behaviour of Implanted Biodegradable Stents in a Remodelling Artery
Degradation of MgF2-coated and Uncoated MgNd2 Specimens in Contact with Nasal Mucosa
Fabrication, Testing and Performance of Rare Earth-containing Magnesium Biodegradable Metals
In Vitro Corrosion and Cytocompatibility Properties of Mg-2Gd-X(Ag, Ca) Alloys
Influence of Precipitation Hardening in Mg-Y-Nd on Mechanical and Corrosion Properties
Magnesium-based Compression Screws
Magnesium Powder Injection Molding (MIM) of Orthopedic Implants for Biomedical Applications
Manufacturing of Osteosynthesis Systems Made of Magnesium Alloy AZ91
Monitoring Biodegradation of Magnesium Implants with Sensors
Plasma Surface Modification of Magnesium-Based and Related Biomaterials
Standardized Guidance for the Preclinical Evaluation of Absorbable Metal Implants
The Industrial Challenges of Manufacturing Bioabsorbable Magnesium
Understanding Corrosion-assisted Cracking of Magnesium Alloys for Bioimplant Applications

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