Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, August 17th, 2007
Study 1: Current study results from the report, "Ion implantation modified stainless steel as a substrate for hydroxyapatite deposition. Part II. Biomimetic layer growth and characterization," have been published. According to a study from Sofia, Bulgaria, "The interest in stainless steel as a material widely used in medicine and dentistry has stimulated extensive studies on improving its bone-bonding properties. AISI 316 stainless steel is modified by a sequential ion implantation of Ca and P ions (the basic ions of hydroxyapatite), and by Ca and P implantation and...
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