The effect of two types of resorbable augmentation materials – a cement and an adhesive – on the screw pullout pullout resistance in human trabecular bone

Dan Wu, Michael Pujari-Palmer, Alicja Bojan, Anders Palmquist, Philip Procter, Caroline Öhman-Mägi, Stephen J. Ferguson, Per Isaksson & Cecilia Persson
Augmentation materials, such as ceramic and polymeric bone cements, have been frequently used to improve the physical engagement of screws inserted into bone. While ceramic, degradable cements may ultimately improve fixation stability, reports regarding their effect on early fixation stability have been inconsistent. On the other hand, a newly developed degradable ceramic adhesive that can bond with tissues surrounding the screw, may improve the pullout performance, ensure early stability, and subsequent bony integration. The aim...
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