Development of musculoskeletal models for the design and the pre-clinical validation of hip resurfacing prosthesis

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Development of musculoskeletal models for the design and the pre-clinical validation of hip resurfacing prosthesis
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  AAl l m m a a  M M a a t t e e r r  S S t t u u d d i i o o r r u u m m  – –  U U n n i i v v e e r r s s i i t t à à  d d i i  B B o o l l o o g g n n a a    Bologna, Marzo 2008 DOTTORATO DI RICERCA BIOINGEGNERIA   Ciclo XX Settore scientifico disciplinare di afferenza: ING-IND/34 Development of musculoskeletal models for the design and the pre-clinical validation of hip resurfacing prosthesis Sviluppo di modelli muscolo-scheletrici per la progettazione e valutazione pre-clinica di protesi d’anca di rivestimento   Presentata da: Ing. MARTELLI SAULO   Coordinatore Dottorato : Chiar.mo Prof. ANGELO CAPPELLO   Relatore: Chiar.mo Prof. LUCA CRISTOFOLINI   Co-relatori:   Ing. MARCO VICECONTI Ing. FULVIA TADDEI     I Alla mia famiglia e ad Angela.  Content CONTENT INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................................1 RIASSUNTO..................................................................................................................................5 CHAPTER 1..................................................................................................................................9 HIP RESURFACING ARTHROPLASTY: A NEW APPLICATION OF AN OLD CONCEPT.....................................................................................................................................9 1.1 History of hip joint replacement..........................................................................................10 1.2 Comparison of hip resurfacing arthroplasty and traditional THR.......................................13 1.3 Indications, risk factors, treatment and post operative care................................................14 1.3.1 Indications....................................................................................................................14 1.3.2 Risk factors and treatment............................................................................................15 1.3.3 Postoperative care........................................................................................................16 1.4 Types of failure observed in practice..................................................................................16 1.5 Definition of failure mode...................................................................................................17 1.6 Mechanical implications on relevant biological processes.................................................18 1.6.1 Bone: a living tissue.....................................................................................................19 1.6.1.1 The bone matrix....................................................................................................19 1.6.1.2 Bone biology.........................................................................................................20 1.6.2 Adverse biological processes for orthopaedic implants...............................................24 1.6.2.1 The stress shielding effect.....................................................................................25 1.6.2.2 Osteolysis..............................................................................................................26 1.6.2.3 Tissue differentiation at the bone-prosthesis interface..........................................28 1.7 Prediction of failure.............................................................................................................28 1.7.1 Predicting mechanically-related failure modes............................................................29 1.7.1.1 Combined stress theory of failure.........................................................................29 1.7.1.2 Fatigue...................................................................................................................31 1.7.1.3 Fretting..................................................................................................................33 1.7.1.4 Shock and impact..................................................................................................35 1.7.1.5 Wear......................................................................................................................35 1.7.2 Predicting adverse biological processes.......................................................................36
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