1st Edition

Advanced Bioceramics Properties, Processing, and Applications

Edited By M. Enamul Hoque, Kheng Lim Goh, Suresh Sagadevan Copyright 2024
    436 Pages 187 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Advanced Bioceramics: Properties, Processing, and Applications describes development of bioceramics and biocomposites, which are used in various biomedical applications including bone tissue repair, remodelling and regeneration. It covers the fundamental aspects of materials science and bioengineering, clinical performance in a variety of applications, ISO/ASTM specifications, and opportunities and challenges.

    • Offers a comprehensive view of properties and processing of bioceramics
    • Highlights applications in dentistry, orthopaedic and maxillofacial implants, and regenerative and tissue engineering
    • Covers ISO/ASTM specifications such as processing, clinical applications, recycling/reuse and disposal standards
    • Explores health, environmental and ethical issues

    With contributions from eminent editors and recognized authors around the world, this book should serve as an important reference for academics, scientists, researchers, students and practitioners in materials science and biomedical engineering. It is to assist in the design of novel, targeted and personalised bioceramic-based solutions to advanced healthcare.




    Section A Introduction and Processing

    Chapter 1 Overview of Bioceramics

    Muhammad Ifaz Shahriar Chowdhury, Sazedur Rahman, Yashdi Saif Autul, and Md Enamul Hoque

    Chapter 2 Processing of Bioceramics by Extrusion and Slip Casting

    Sazedur Rahman, Muhammad Ifaz Shahriar Chowdhury, Mohammad Ahnaf Shahriar, and Md Enamul Hoque

    Chapter 3 Processing of Bioceramics by Pressing and Tape Casting

    Muhammad Uzair Iqbal, Azhar Hussain, Muhammad Shahid, Muhammad Ramzan Abdul Karim, and Moeen Akhtar

    Chapter 4 Processing of Bioceramics by Additive Manufacturing

    David Orisekeh and M.P. Jahan

    Section B Properties and Processing

    Chapter 5 Structural, Chemical, Electrical, Thermal, and Mechanical Properties of Bioceramics

    Md Enamul Hoque, Samira Islam Shaily, and Asif Mahmud Rayhan

    Chapter 6 Biocompatibility and Biodegradability of Bioceramics

    David Bahati, Meriame Bricha, and Khalil El Mabrouk

    Chapter 7 Modeling and Simulations on Medical Implementations of Bioceramics

    Ritambhara Dash, Poorti Yadav, Ram K. Singh, and A.S. Bhattacharyya

    Section C Applications

    Chapter 8 Bioceramics: From Concept to Clinic

    S. Chitra, S. Rajeshkumar, and Nibin K. Mathew

    Chapter 9 Bioceramics for Cosmetic Dentistry

    Nikita Agrawal, Santosh Kumar Singh, Parimala Kulkarni, Divya Panday, Vatsal Chauhan, and Brijesh Gangil

    Chapter 10 Bioceramics for Hip and Knee Implants

    Ikra Iftekhar Shuvo, Lovely Khandakar, Sara V. Fernandez, and Canan Dagdeviren

    Chapter 11 Bioceramics for Regenerative Medicine

    Pugalanthi Pandian Sankaralingam, Poornimadevi Sakthivel, and Vijayakumar Chinnaswamy Thangavel

    Chapter 12 Bioceramics for Drug Delivery

    Tahrima Binte Rouf and Md Enamul Hoque

    Section D ISO/ASTM Specifications

    Chapter 13 Standard Terminologies and Definitions in Bioceramics

    Mahbub Ahmed

    Chapter 14 Standards of Mechanical, Physical, Chemical, and Biological Properties of Bioceramics

    A. Sen, N. Banerjee, A.R. Biswas, T.K. Ghosh, A. Samanta, M. Kumar, S. Das, U. Srivastava, D. Sengupta, and S.R. Maity

    Section E Challenges, Issues and Sustainability

    Chapter 16 Ethical Issues of Bioceramics

    M. Vidya, Samer Shamshad, and R. Senthilkumar

    Chapter 17 Opportunities, Challenges and Future of Bioceramics

    M. Azam Ali and M. L. Gould



    M. Enamul Hoque is Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh. Before joining MIST, he served as Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering at King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia, and as Founding Head of the Bioengineering Division, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. He completed his PhD from the National University of Singapore and PGCHE (Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education) from the University of Nottingham, UK. He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng) certified by the Engineering Council, UK; Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineering (FIMechE), UK; Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA), UK and Member, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology.

    Kheng Lim Goh is a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (UK), Chartered Engineer and Chartered Physicist with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (UK), and Institute of Physics (UK), respectively. He holds the position of Associate Professor (Reader in Mechanics of Composite Materials) at Newcastle Research and Innovation Institute (NewRIIS) and the Newcastle University in Singapore, and is affiliated to the Faculty of Science, Agriculture & Engineering, Newcastle University (UK). He leads the Advanced Composites Research (ACR) Group at New RIIS.

    Suresh Sagadevan is a Senior Research Fellow at the Nanotechnology & Catalysis Research Centre (NANOCAT), University of Malaya, Malaysia.