Medical device materials; proceedings.0871708248
Medical device materials; proceedings.
Materials & Processes for Medical Devices Conference (2d: 2004: St. Paul St. Paul
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ASM (1) (Association for Systems Management) An international membership organization based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 1947 and disbanded in 1996, it sponsored conferences in all phases of administrative systems and management. International
Papers from an August 2004 conference describe the latest results in medical device materials research. Papers are in sections on nitinol fatigue, laser technologies for manufacturing medical devices, surface engineering, nitinol properties and manufacture, numerical modeling, nano- and microfabricated structures, and mechanical and physical properties of medical devices. Other subjects are stainless steel stainless steel: see steel.
Any of a family of alloy steels usually containing 10–30% chromium. The presence of chromium, together with low carbon content, gives remarkable resistance to corrosion and heat. , titanium titanium (tītā`nēəm, tĭ–) [from Titan], metallic chemical element; symbol Ti; at. no. 22; at. wt. 47.88; m.p. 1,675°C;; b.p. 3,260°C;; sp. gr. 4.54 at 20°C;; valence +2, +3, or +4. , and cobalt-base alloy developments, imaging, cardiovascular device applications, regulatory and biocompatibility biocompatibility
the quality of not having toxic or injurious effects on biological systems.
biocompatibility 1. The extent to which a foreign, usually implanted, material elicits an immune or other response in a recipient 2. issues for device manufacturers, and corrosion. There is no subject index.
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