By F. Ibrahim, N.A. Abu Osman, J. Usman, N.A. Kadri
The Kuala Lumpur foreign convention on Biomedical Engineering (BioMed 2006), used to be held from eleven to fourteen December 2006 on the Palace of the Golden Horses, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This overseas convention used to be together organised by means of the dept of Biomedical Engineering, college of Malaya, Malaysia; division of Biomedical Engineering, Inje college, Korea; and Malaysian Society of clinical and organic Engineering.The papers awarded at BioMed 2006 conceal the subsequent parts: man made Intelligence, organic results of non-ionising electromagnetic fields, Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Biomedical Sensors, Biomedical sign research, Biotechnology, medical Engineering, Human functionality engineering, Imaging, clinical Informatics, clinical tools and units, Physiological Modelling, simulation, and regulate, Prostheses and synthetic organs, laws and enterprises, Rehabilitation Engineering, Telemedicine, Tissue Engineering, and digital fact in drugs. The convention application incorporated invited plenary classes via Joachim Nagel, the President of IUPESM; Makoto Kikuchi, the President of IFMBE; John G. Webster from the collage of Wisconsin-Madison, usa; Metin Akay from Arizona country college, usa; Marc Madou from collage of California, usa; and Yilin Cao from Shanghai’s ninth People’s health center, China.The convention additionally featured pre-conference educational periods. There are 4 periods altogether, and the subjects are Bioinstrumentation, through John G. Webster; MEMS by way of Marc Madou; Biomedical Informatics and Neural Engineering by means of Metin Akay; and Biomedical snapshot research via Bart ter Haar Romeny. thank you are as a result of the individuals of the organizing committee for his or her help and tips in making sure a winning BioMed 2006. specific thank you visit Healthtronics, with no whose monetary aid the convention couldn't were effectively prepared.
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The sub-layer which bonds with the substrates should be a mechanical support for the whole coating system. In the mean time, the sub-layer on the surface of the FGC should be bioactive (or biodegradable) in order to obtain good osteoconductivity. The sub-layer which is located between the aforementioned layers may have a compromised mechanical/biological performance. Fig. 2 An FGC produced by plasma spraying Spraying-and-Sintering Plasma Spraying For cementless hip replacement, plasma spraying has been the industry's choice for coating prostheses with a socalled “hydroxyapatite coating” .
Abu Osman, J. A. ): Biomed 06, IFMBE Proceedings 15, pp. com © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007 ---------------------------------------------------------------- IFMBE Proceedings Vol. 15 --------------------------------------------------------------- Surface Modification of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Scaffolds for Enhanced Osteoconductivity Fig. 5 Apatite coating formed on Ti through biomimetic deposition 25 biomimetic process to form an apatite layer on metal or ceramic surfaces, normal-strength SBF is commonly used and it usually takes 1-4 weeks to form the apatite layer.
2 An FGC produced by plasma spraying Spraying-and-Sintering Plasma Spraying For cementless hip replacement, plasma spraying has been the industry's choice for coating prostheses with a socalled “hydroxyapatite coating” . Our work on plasma spraying of calcium phosphate coatings has concentrated on producing toughened coatings with high bonding strength with the Ti substrate [14-17]. As HA is a brittle and relatively weak ceramic, some tough but bioinert ceramics such as TiO2, Al2O3 and ZrO2 can be used to form bioactive ceramic composite coatings for improved mechanical performance.
3rd Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Biomedical Engineering 2006: Biomed 2006, 11-14 December 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (IFMBE Proceedings) by F. Ibrahim, N.A. Abu Osman, J. Usman, N.A. Kadri