Written in a versatile, contemporary style that will benefit both novice and expert alike, Biological and Biomedical Coatings Handbook, Two-Volume Set covers the state of the art in the development and implementation of advanced thin films and coatings in the biological field.
Consisting of two volumes—Processing and Characterization and Applications—this handbook details the latest understanding of advances in the design and performance of biological and biomedical coatings, covering a vast array of material types, including bio-ceramics, polymers, glass, chitosan, and nanomaterials. Contributors delve into a wide range of novel techniques used in the manufacture and testing of clinical applications for coatings in the medical field, particularly in the emerging area of regenerative medicine.
An exploration of the fundamentals elements of biological and biomedical coatings, the first volume, Processing and Characterization, addresses:
With chapters authored by world experts at the forefront of research in their respective areas, this timely set provides searing insights and practical information to explore a subject that is fundamental to the success of biotechnological pursuits.
VOLUME 1: Processing and Characterization (K12269)
Bonelike Mineral and Organically Modified Bonelike Mineral Coatings. Synthesis and Characterization of Hydroxyapatite Nanocoatings by Sol–Gel Method for Clinical Applications. Hydroxyapatite and Other Biomedical Coatings by Electrophoretic Deposition. Thermal Sprayed Bioceramic Coatings: Nanostructured Hydroxyapatite (HA) and HA-Based Composites. Nanostructured Titania Coatings for Biological Applications: Fabrication an Characterization. Hydrothermal Crystallization with Microstructural Self-Healing Effect on Mechanical and Failure Behaviors of Plasma-Sprayed Hydroxyapatite Coatings. Bioceramic Coating on Titanium by Physical and Chemical Vapor Deposition. Coating of Material Surfaces with Layer-by- Layer Assembled Polyelectrolyte Films. Bioactive Glass-Based Coatings and Modified Surfaces: Strategies for the Manufacture, Testing, and Clinical Applications for Regenerative Medicine.