Six years experience of hydroxyapatite ceramic coated hip prostheses [the proceedings of the one day memorial symposium to Professor D. Med Hohannes-Friedrich Osborn held at the Royal College of Surgeons" of England on Thursday 31st October 1991]

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  • Osborn, Johannes-Friedrich,
  • Artificial hip joints -- Congresses,
  • Ceramic coating -- Congresses,
  • Hydroxyapatite coating -- Congresses,
  • Total hip replacement -- Congresses

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Statement[presented by Ronald Furlong].
ContributionsFurlong, Ronald, Furlong Research Foundation, Royal College of Surgeons of England
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LC ClassificationsRD549 .S58 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination222 p. :
Number of Pages222
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Open LibraryOL15241636M

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More than twenty years ago, hydroxyapatite (HA), calcium phosphate ceramics, was introduced as a coating for cementless hip prostheses.

The choice of this ceramic is due to its composition being similar to organic apatite bone crystals. This ceramic is biocompatible, bioactive, and by: The use of hydroxyapatite-coated prosthesis for total hip arthroplasty began in and has gained favor with reports of prompt biological fixation Cited by: six-year results of hydroxyapatite-coated total hip replacement the distal bone after three years, which causes an increase in Engh's stability score between three and six years.

More than twenty years ago, hydroxyapatite (HA), calcium phosphate ceramics, was introduced as a coating for cementless hip prostheses. e choice of this ceramic is due to its composition being similar to organic apatite bone crystals.

is ceramic is biocompatible, bioactive, and osteoconductive. The use of hydroxyapatite-coated prosthesis for total hip arthroplasty began in and has gained favor with reports of prompt biological fixation and clinical success. Garcia Araujo C, Gonzalez FJ, Tonino AJ, International ABG Study Group () Rheumatoid arthritis and hydroxyapatite coated hip prosthese: five year results.

Arthroplasty 6: Cited by: 3. Abstract. Hydroxyapatite (HAp) coatings are used extensively on orthopaedic devices to improve the adhesion of bone to the prosthesis. This approach increases the integrity and longevity of the implanted by: Aims: To ascertain whether or not Hydroxyapatite Ceramic coated implants (HAC) will survive more than ten years after implantation.

Method: Since May HAC hip prostheses have been used in more than operations. The patients are assessed using the Harris Hip Score (HHS) pre- and postoperatively and then annually. Furlong years use of the unmodified Furlong hydroxyapatite ceramic coated total hip replacement Acta Orthop Belg, 59 (Suppl 1) (), p.

Google ScholarCited by: We report the histological findings in post-mortem specimens obtained ten days, 17 days and seven Six years experience of hydroxyapatite ceramic coated hip prostheses book after implantation of hydroxyapatite-coated femoral components of hip arthroplasties.

There was early deposition of woven bone on the hydroxyapatite ceramic, identical to that deposited on surviving cancellous trabeculae. A hydroxyapatite-coated hip prosthesis designed to stimulate proximal femoral stress transfer was studied in patients undergoing primary total hip arthroplasty with a minimum followup of 2 years.

Buchanan JM, Goodfellow S () Nineteen year review of hydroxyapatite ceramic coated hip implants: a clinical and histological evaluation.

Key Eng Mater ––, ISBN –, ISBN 0––x, ISBN––0–––6 CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: James M. Buchanan. Early results using uncemented prostheses are variable. Hydroxyapatite (HA) coatings are thought to improve early osseointegration in uncemented THA. In a prospective, international, multicenter clinical study, 32 RA patients who received 33 uncemented HA-coated prostheses were followed up for a minimum of 5 by: We have used short, proximally hydroxyapatite-coated prostheses in revision sinceand we now report the results.

60 patients (62 hips) were revised because of aseptic loosening. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Aldo Toni and others published Ten-Year Follow-Up Experience with an Hydroxyapatite-Coated Hip Arthroplasty | Find, read and cite all the research you need on.

16 Year Review of Hydroxyapatite Ceramic Coated Hip Implants - A Clinical and Histological Evaluation p A New Injectable Bone Substitute Concept (MBCP Gel TM): First Clinical Results in Human Maxillo-Facial SurgeryCited by: Between January and Decemberconsecutive primary total hip arthroplasties (THAs) were performed using a porous titanium alloy/hydroxyapatite double coating manufactured cementless femoral stem.

patients were examined: were females (%) and 46 males (%); average age was 72 years old (ranging from 26 to 92 years old). The Journal of Arthroplasty Vol. 14 No. 6 Total Hip Replacement With an Entirely Hydroxyapatite-Coated Prosthesis 5 Years' Follow-up of 94 Consecutive Hips M.

R~kkum, MD, and A. Reigstad, MD, PhD Abstract: The first consecutive entirely hydroxyapatite (HA)-coated hip arthro- plasties in 86 patients (mean age, years [range, years]; female-to-male ratio, ) were followed Cited by: Ronald J. Furlong of the United Kingdom per­ the short term with this method of biologic fixation formed the first clinical implantation of a hydroxy­ of total joint implants has withstood the test of time.

apatite-coated (HA) hip implant inabout 18 Our thanks are due to the authors of chapters in this volume for the effort they made to write and years by: We evaluated the survival of consecutive JRI hydroxyapatite ceramic–coated threaded acetabular components (JRI Ltd, London, UK).

Follow-up was for a minimum of 13 years (range, years). Patients were assessed clinically and radiographically using the Merle d'Aubigné and Postel scoring systems and the De Lee and Charnley by: 6.

Hydroxyapatite ceramic coating for bone implant fixation and thattotal hip arthroplasties are per- formed each year. The development of bone cement as a filler between bone and hip prosthesis (74) was a revolutionary step in retrieval studies of non-cemented metal porous coated hip and knee prostheses have revealed that many of the.

In our study, we report the use of a single design of fully hydroxyapatite coated uncemented implant, with a mm head diameter. Our experience of the use of ceramic-on-ceramic cementless THA began inand to date more than 1, such implants have been by: One hundred consecutive ABG (Anatomique Benoist Giraud, Howmedica) hydroxyapatite-coated hip arthroplasties in 97 patients were evaluated prospectively with a follow-up time of 4 to 10 years (mean, 6 years).

Clinical results were excellent with an improvement in the Merle d’Aubigne score from 9 preoperatively to at 5 by: Medium term results for the hydroxyapatite ceramic-coated Furlong® total hip prosthesis Alexander Ryborz, University of Cologne, Medical Director: Professor P.

Schneider MD Long-term results of a hydroxyapatite-coated femoral component in total hip replacement: A To Year Follow-Up Study. Hydroxyapatite Coated Total Hip Prostheses: A Long-Term, Prospective, Randomized Study of 50 Consecutive Cases p Hybrid Alumina-Alumina Hip Replacement in Patients under the Age of 55 Years Old Lessons and Pitfalls from 27 Years Alumina Ceramic Experience in Vienna / Austria p Clinical Wear and Simulator Study of Ceramic-Ceramic Cited by: 2.

The performance of the titanium alloy/HA type coated hip prostheses and the one of the same shape but without any coating, is compared in this paper. Material and methods The implants were manufactured from titanium alloy VT-6 (ASTM F).Cited by:   Six Years' Experience in Revision Total Hip Arthroplasties with Uncemented Ceramic Prostheses.- Revision Arthroplasties with the Isoelastic Total Hip Replacement.- 31/2 Years' Results of Lord Primary Total Hip Arthroplasties and 11/2Years' Experience with Revision Arthroplasties for Loose Cemented Prostheses   (6.) Geesink RGT: Hydroxyapatite-coated total hip prostheses: 2 years clinical and roentgenographic results of cases.

Clin Orthop(7.) D'Antonio JA, Capello WN, Crothers C, Jaffe WL, Manley MT: Early clinical experience with hydroxyapatite-coated femoral implants.

J Bone Joint Surg 74A, (8.). High survival rate of hydroxyapatite-coated hip prostheses consecutive hips followed for 10 years. Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica: Vol. 75, No. 2, pp. Cited by: Introduction.

The use of hydroxyapatite (HA) has been advocated to provide rapid and reliable attachment of bone to metal implants [4, 6, 9, 10, 17, 19, 21, 25, 26].Augmented bone ongrowth has been documented as early as 3 weeks and as persisting for some years [2–4, 11, 26, 27].However, as much as 20% to 30% of bone loss at the proximal femur has been reported after THA for the same period Cited by: Hydroxyapatite coated hip prosthesis followed up for 5 years.

International Orthopaedics ; Tonino A, Oosterbos C, Rahmy A, Thèrin M, Doyle Ch. Hydroxyapatite-coated acetabular components.

Histological and histomorphometric analysis of six cups retrieved at autopsy between three and seven years after successful implantation. In recent years, cementless coatings have been developed to promote bone growth on the surface of implants, but these methods are expensive, and the coatings are often brittle.

Based on hydroxyapatite (HA) and calcium phosphate, the coating is deposited on the implant using high-temperature plasma spray technology. The rate of survival of the prosthesis at six years for the first patients was per cent for the hydroxyapatite-coated stems and 99 per cent for the hydroxyapatite-threaded cups, and there was a very low prevalence of pain in the thigh   evaluate the clinical and radiological outcomes following cementless primary hydroxyapatite-coated total hip s.A retrospective study of 69 patients Fixation of hip prostheses by hydroxyapatite ceramic coatings.

Six-year results of hydroxyapatite-coated total hip by: Rokkum M, Reigstad A. Total hip replacement with an entirely hydroxyapatite-coated prosthesis: 5 years’ follow-up of 94 consecutive hips.

J Arthroplasty ; Cho JH, Garino JP, Choo SK, et al. Seven-year results of a tapered, titanium, hydroxyapatite-coated cementless femoral stem in primary total hip arthroplasty. Six years experience of hydroxyapatite ceramic coated hip prostheses, 31st October Slide atlas of pathology: The Stone age of Mount Carmel: Team in practice.

Thomas Vicary lecture: Vehicle design in relation to injury: proceedings of the Conference on Safety in Motoring, held on 18th March, Viva training in ear, nose, throat. [A.B.G. total hip prosthesis + hydroxyapatite. Results of 2-year experience] G Hamon, M Vanhoye, K Brabants, B Conix, P Delporte, and E De Knop.

Six years use of the unmodified Furlong hydroxyapatite ceramic coated total hip replacement. R Furlong. [The Coral prosthesis. 5-year experience of the ARTRO group] J P Vidalain. Abstract |. Abstract: One hundred and thirty-three patients ( hips) who were an average of thirty-nine years old (range, sixteen to forty-nine years old) received proximally hydroxyapatite-coated femoral prosthesis as part of a total hip arthroplasty and were followed for a minimum of fives years (average, years; range, five to years) or until.

Six years use of the unmodified Furlong hydroxyapatite ceramic coated total hip replacement. R Furlong. p Abstract [The fate of threaded acetabular cups in arthritis hips] P Djian, C Glorion, and D Goutallier. [The Coral prosthesis. 5-year experience of the ARTRO group] J.

T1 - Ten-year results with hydroxyapatite-coated total hip femoral components in patients less than fifty years old. T2 - A concise follow-up of a previous report. AU - Capello, William N. AU - D'Antonio, James A. AU - Feinberg, Judy R. AU - Manley, Michael T. PY - /5/1. Y1 - /5/1Cited by:.

Abstract: Fifteen patients had bilateral hip replacement with a porous-coated hip replacement in one hip and in the contralateral hip the same design.

which had adjunctive hydroxyapatite coating on the porous coating. These patients were followed for an average of years (range, years.order to study the osseointegration of HA-coated prostheses, we have analysed, using histological means, a series of 15 identical HA-coated hip prostheses im­ planted in humans for period from 5 days to 3 years.

The upper femur containing the prosthesis was retrieved post mortem and was processed for histological by: hydroxyapatite ceramic: (hī-droksē-apă-tīt sĕr-amik) Composition of calcium and phosphate used to provide a dense, nonresorbable, biocompatible ceramic for dental implants; metal implants may be coated with tricalcium phosphate or hydroxyapatite.

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