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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advances in Biomaterials for 3D Printing of Scaffolds and Tissues
Presentation Title Development and 3D Printing of a Bioabsorbable Composite Material for Orthopaedic Applications
Author(s) Cillian Thompson, Cristina Pascual-González, Guillermo Domínguez, Monica Echeverry-Rendón, Carlos González, Javier Llorca
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Javier Llorca
Abstract Scope This work shows the route to develop additively manufactured bioabsorbable composite materials for orthopaedic applications by combining Poly(L-D- Lactide) (PLDL) and Mg/Zn particles (~40µm) of various volume fractions into 3D printable filaments to overcome the individual disadvantages associated with the bioabsorbable polymers and metals. Porous bioabsorbable bone scaffolds of various structural organisation (e.g. FCC, BCC) were developed and their mechanical, degradation, and cytocompatibility properties were determined. Degradation was evaluated through the mechanical tests of scaffolds that were immersed in simulated body fluids for various periods of time (up to 60 days) while cytocompatibility tests were carried out in line with ISO 10993-1 recommendations for both direct and indirect assays.
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Keywords Additive Manufacturing, Composites,


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