29Nanotechnology-Derived Orthopedic Implant Sensors

Sirinrath Sirivisoot

Thomas J. Webster


  1. 29.1 Introduction
  2. 29.2 Making Orthopedic Implant Sensors
    1. 29.2.1 Step One: Preparation of Nanotubular Anodized Titanium
    2. 29.2.2 Step Two: Cobalt-Catalyzed CVD for Growing MWCNTs
  3. 29.3 Biological Responses to Orthopedic Implant Sensors
  4. 29.4 Sensing Ability of Orthopedic Implant Sensors
  5. 29.5 Discussion
  6. 29.6 Conclusions
  7. Acknowledgments
  8. References

29.1 Introduction

Osteoblasts and osteoclasts are located in bone, a natural nanostructured-mineralized organic matrix. While osteoblasts make bone, osteoclasts decompose bone by releasing acid that degrades calcium phosphate-based apatite minerals into an aqueous environment. The synthesis, deposition, ...

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