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The Comparison of Bone-Like Apatite Formation on Two Kinds of Bio-Active Material Surface Under the Low-Intensive Pulsed Ultrasound Waving (LIPUS) for Osseointegration

Masanori Kobayashi
Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research , Volume 29, pp 22940-22944; doi:10.26717/bjstr.2020.29.004877

Abstract: Author Affiliations Department of Physical Therapy, Takarazuka University of Medical and Health Care, Japan Received: August 24, 2020 | Published: September 01, 2020 Corresponding author: Department of Physical Therapy, Takarazuka University of Medical and Health Care, Hanayashiki- Midorigaoka 1, Takarazuka-city, Hyogo, 666-0162 Japan DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2020.29.004877 Excellent osteoconductivity or osseointegration of biomaterial is very important for the stability of artificial joints and dental implants in clinical field.Against this background, We have already reported that the low-intensive pulsed ultrasound wave stimulation (LIPUS) could accelerate the bone-like hydroxyapatite precipitation on the bioactive material surface, which corresponds to osseointgration. The purpose of this study was to investigate the difference between the kinds of biomaterials the osseointegration enhanced by LIPUS in vitro. Hydroxyapatite (99.9%) and Bio-active titanium were soaked in simulated body fluid under the LIPUS radiation, and accessed by scanning electron microscope and X-ray diffraction, the mass of precipitation was measured.In a result, bio-active titanium showed the more rich bone-like apatite formation on the surface than hydroxyapatite. These facts suggested that the formation of bone-like apatite might depend on the initial epitaxial nucleation growth on the biomaterial surface. Keywords: Low-Intensive Pulsed Ultrasound Wave Stimulation (LIPUS); Hydroxyapatite; Bio-Active Titanium; Osseointegration; Simulated Body Fluid (SBF)
Keywords: biomaterial / titanium / LIPUS / wave / pulsed / Takarazuka / Bone like Apatite

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