Biomechanical and computational analysis of the use of void filling synthetic bone graft substitute in complex proximal humerus fractures

James F. Kennedy
This thesis represents the results of work carried out by myself, Jim Kennedy, with the co-operation and facilitation of others. Full ethics approval for all the work contained in this thesis was received form the research ethics committee of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Initial work on developing mechanical tests was performed in the Bioengineering Laboratory in the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering in University College Dublin, under the supervision of Mr....
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