Advances in Medical and Surgical Engineering integrates the knowledge and experience of experts from academia and practicing surgeons working with patients. The cutting-edge progress in medical technology applications is making the traditional line between engineering and medical science ever thinner. This is an excellent resource for biomedical engineers working in industry and academia on developing medical technologies. It covers challenges in the application of technology in the clinic with views from an editorial team that is highly experienced in engineering, biomaterials, surgical practice, biomedical science and technology, and that has a proven track record of publishing applied biomedical science and technology.
For medical practitioners, this book covers advances in technology in their domain. For students, this book identifies the opportunities of research based on the reviews of utilization of current technologies. The content in this book can also be of interest to policymakers, research funding agencies, and libraries, that are contributing to development of medical technologies.
- Covers circulatory support, aortic valve implantation and microvascular antestmosis
- Explores arthroplasty of both the knee and the shoulder
- Includes tribology of materials, laser treatment and machining of biomaterials
1. Introduction to advances in medical and surgical engineering Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous, Waqar Ahmed, David A. Phoenix, Mark J. Jackson
2. Engineering advances in promoting bone union L. Hughes, Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous
3. Engineering advances in promoting tendon to bone healing L. Hughes, Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous
4. Engineering advances in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty Christopher Jump, Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous
5. Engineering advances in knee arthroplasty Sanil H. Ajwani, Sutton Paul, Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous
6. Biology of cartilage Maire-Clare Killen
7. Mechanical circulatory support: an overview Paul Callan, Ioannis Dimarakis
8. Advances in transcatheter aortic valve implantation Hesham K. Abdelaziz, David H. Roberts
9. Advances in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Dr Khurram Shahzad, Dr, Wael Mati
10. Technological advances in breast implants Michalis Charalambous, Raouf Daoud, Isabella Karat
11. Importance of biomaterials in biomedical engineering Sakib S. Yousaf, Chahinez Houacine, Iftikhar Khan, Waqar Ahmed, Mark J. Jackson
12. Visible light activated antimicrobial silver oxide thin films Nathaniel T. Tsendzughul, Abraham A. Ogwu
13. Corrosion and Mott-Schottky probe of chromium nitride coatings exposed to saline solution for engineering and biomedical applications Saeed Ur Rahman, Abraham Atta Ogwu
14. Characterization of cochleate nanoparticles for delivery of the anti-asthma drug beclomethasone dipropionate Aisha Ghauri, Imran Ghauri, Abdelbary M.A. Elhissi, Waqar Ahmed
15. Advances in nasal drug delivery systems Nozad Rashid Hussein, Huner Kamal Omer, Abdelbary M.A. Elhissi, Waqar Ahmed
16. Carbon nanotubes drug delivery system for cancer treatment Banu Abdallah, Abdelbary M.A. Elhissi, Waqar Ahmed
17. Advances in multi-functional super magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in magnetic fluid hyperthermia for medical applications Abdul Majid, Farah Naz, Abdul Rahman Phull, Y. Patil-Sen, T. Sen, Waqar Ahmed
18. Taxane anticancer formulations: challenges and achievements Rukhsana Mahmood, Ishrat Parveen, Asma Vali, Mohammad Najlah, David A. Phoenix, Waqar Ahmed
19. Biomechanics of the mandible and current evidence base for treatment of the fractured mandible Douglas Hammond, Justin Whitty, Waqar Ahmed
20. Dental implants the preparation of enamel, dentin, and bone by machining Mark J. Jackson, Waqar Ahmed, H. Sein, David A. Phoenix, G.M. Robinson, L.J. Hyde, I.U. Hassan
Professor of Nanotechnology at the University of Lincoln, UK. His research interests include the synthesis of nanomaterials and nanoparticles and their applications in medicine, dentistry and energy applications
Professor David Phoenix, OBE, DL, DUniv, AcSS, DSc is the Vice Chancellor of London South Bank University, Chair of millionPlus, and a member of the HEFCE Strategic Committee for Teaching Quality and the Student Experience. He was elected to Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians for his contribution to medical research. He currently represents Universities UK on the UK Performance Indicator Steering Group. In 2015 the Prime Minister appointed him as a trustee of the Science Museum Group. He is also a trustee of Universities UK and a Director of the National Centre for Universities and Business. With over 250 publications, Prof. Phoenix remains a visiting professor at Kings College London and Sichuan University, China. In 2010 he was made an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for services to Science and Higher Education, and appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London in 2015.
Dr. Jackson began his engineering career in 1983. He received a Master of Engineering degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Dr. Jackson continued his studies and conducted research at Liverpool gaining a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. Dr. Jackson then accepted a research fellowship at the world-famous Cavendish Laboratory in the University of Cambridge working with Professor John Field, before becoming a lecturer in engineering at the University of Liverpool. At Liverpool, Dr. Jackson established research in the field of micromachining and nanomachining and attracted research contracts in excess of $10 million. After working as a Department Chair of Mechanical Engineering Technology at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts, Dr. Jackson began his duties as Professor and Department Head of Engineering Technology at K-State Salina on July 1, 2013. He is a McCune and Middlekauff Endowed Chair at Kansas State University, Salina.
Charalambous, Charaçambous P.
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Blackpool Victoria Hospital, UK and Visiting Professor, University of Central Lancashire, UK