Tribochemical Component of Oxidative Stress Development at Artificial Joints Implantation. Part 4. Use of Lubrication and Antioxidant Action of Bone Fat in Total Hip Implant

Abstract


Human bone fat possesses expressed lubrication action, essentially reduces the torque moment of various friction units, inhibit formation of toxic free radicals. With the purpose of patient's bone fat use in Movshovich — Gavryushenko hip joint implant an arthro-medullar canal that connect bone marrow cavity and wear bearing surface of implant is present. Axial loadings of this implant cause flow of liquid bone fat via canal to friction unit thus promoting improvement of tribologic parameters and inhibiting the development of free radical reactions. Application of bone fat can reduce or completely block the action of several negative factors that deteriorate outcomes of total joint replacement.

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Трибохимический компонент развития окислительного стресса при имплантации искусственных суставов. часть 4. использование лубрикационного и антиокислительного действия костного жира в эндопротезе тазобедренного сустава

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