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Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty

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Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty. / Jafri, A. A.; Green, S. M.; Partington, P. F.; McCaskie, A. W.; Muller, S. D.

In: Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British Volume, Vol. 86B, No. 8, 11.2004, p. 1214-1219.

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Jafri, AA, Green, SM, Partington, PF, McCaskie, AW & Muller, SD 2004, 'Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty', Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British Volume, vol. 86B, no. 8, pp. 1214-1219. https://doi.org/10.1302/0301-620X.86B8.14660

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Jafri, A. A., Green, S. M., Partington, P. F., McCaskie, A. W., & Muller, S. D. (2004). Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British Volume, 86B(8), 1214-1219. https://doi.org/10.1302/0301-620X.86B8.14660

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Jafri AA, Green SM, Partington PF, McCaskie AW, Muller SD. Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British Volume. 2004 Nov;86B(8):1214-1219. https://doi.org/10.1302/0301-620X.86B8.14660

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Jafri, A. A. ; Green, S. M. ; Partington, P. F. ; McCaskie, A. W. ; Muller, S. D. / Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty. In: Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British Volume. 2004 ; Vol. 86B, No. 8. pp. 1214-1219.

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title = "Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty",
abstract = "Fatigue fractures which originate at stress-concentrating voids located at the implantcement interface are a potential cause of septic loosening of cemented femoral components. Heating of the component to 44degreesC is known to reduce the porosity of the cement-prosthesis interface. The temperature of the cement-bone interface was recorded intral-operatively as 32.3degreesC. A simulated femoral model was devised to study the effect of heating of the component on the implant-cement interface. Heating of the implant and vacuum mixing have a synergistic effect on the porosity of the implant-cement interface, and heating also reverses the gradients of microhardness in the mantle. Heating of the implant also reduces porosity at the interface depending on the temperature. A minimum difference in temperature between the implant and the bone of 3degreesC was required to produce this effect. The optimal difference was 7degreesC, representing a balance between maximal reduction of porosity and an increased risk of thermal injury. Using contemporary cementing techniques, heating the implant to 40degreesC is recommended to produce an optimum effect.",
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T1 - Pre-heating of components in cemented total hip arthroplasty

AU - Jafri, A. A.

AU - Green, S. M.

AU - Partington, P. F.

AU - McCaskie, A. W.

AU - Muller, S. D.

PY - 2004/11

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N2 - Fatigue fractures which originate at stress-concentrating voids located at the implantcement interface are a potential cause of septic loosening of cemented femoral components. Heating of the component to 44degreesC is known to reduce the porosity of the cement-prosthesis interface. The temperature of the cement-bone interface was recorded intral-operatively as 32.3degreesC. A simulated femoral model was devised to study the effect of heating of the component on the implant-cement interface. Heating of the implant and vacuum mixing have a synergistic effect on the porosity of the implant-cement interface, and heating also reverses the gradients of microhardness in the mantle. Heating of the implant also reduces porosity at the interface depending on the temperature. A minimum difference in temperature between the implant and the bone of 3degreesC was required to produce this effect. The optimal difference was 7degreesC, representing a balance between maximal reduction of porosity and an increased risk of thermal injury. Using contemporary cementing techniques, heating the implant to 40degreesC is recommended to produce an optimum effect.

AB - Fatigue fractures which originate at stress-concentrating voids located at the implantcement interface are a potential cause of septic loosening of cemented femoral components. Heating of the component to 44degreesC is known to reduce the porosity of the cement-prosthesis interface. The temperature of the cement-bone interface was recorded intral-operatively as 32.3degreesC. A simulated femoral model was devised to study the effect of heating of the component on the implant-cement interface. Heating of the implant and vacuum mixing have a synergistic effect on the porosity of the implant-cement interface, and heating also reverses the gradients of microhardness in the mantle. Heating of the implant also reduces porosity at the interface depending on the temperature. A minimum difference in temperature between the implant and the bone of 3degreesC was required to produce this effect. The optimal difference was 7degreesC, representing a balance between maximal reduction of porosity and an increased risk of thermal injury. Using contemporary cementing techniques, heating the implant to 40degreesC is recommended to produce an optimum effect.

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