Calcium Hydroxyapatite in Total Joint Arthroplasty

  • Kjeld Søballe
  • Richard J. Friedman
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Abstract

Young active patients will usually outlive the fixation of a total hip or knee arthroplasty. There is widespread concern about the considerable risk of failure in these patients, especially because of the subsequent need for even more difficult operative treatment with fewer beneficial results (1–4). As a result, there is an increased interest in other principles for implant fixation, such as biological fixation to the bone without the use of bone cement (5).

Keywords

Femoral Component Calcium Phosphate Cement Bone Ingrowth Titanium Implant Fibrous Membrane 
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