Department of Biomedical Engineering.Perrone, Gabriel.
Abstract: Because current resorbable fracture fixation devices experience problems with implantation technique and negative host response, there is a need for new devices that have multifunctional features. These include immediate fracture stabilization upon implantation, complete degradation to avoid need for hardware removal, robust mechanical properties to allow for implantation, and ability to... read more
- Tufts University. Department of Biomedical Engineering.
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