- Tendon-to-bone healing using an injectable calcium phosphate cement combined with bone xenograft/BMP compositePan Weimin
Department of Human Movement Studies, Xi an Physical Education University, Xi an City, Shaanxi Province 710068, People s Republic of China Electronic address
Biomaterials 34:9926-36. 2013..01). We conclude that the ICPCB composite, with a porous structure and better osteointegration effect, has direct clinical instruction to arthroscopic techniques of the ACL reconstruction...
- Evaluation of the potential application of three different biomaterials combined with bone morphological proteins for enhancing tendon-bone integrationWeimin Pan
Department of Human Movement Studies, Xi an Physical Education University, 710068 Xi an, People s Republic of China
Injury 44:550-7. 2013..However, which approach is better remains controversial. This comparison evaluation could help identify a suitable composite biomaterial for osteointegration of grafted tendon...
- Comparative in vivo study of injectable biomaterials combined with BMP for enhancing tendon graft osteointegration for anterior cruciate ligament reconstructionWeimin Pan
Department of Human Movement Studies, Xi an Physical Education University, Xi an 710068, PR China
J Orthop Res 29:1015-21. 2011..05). Biomechanically, the ultimate failure load in the ICPC-BMP group was always higher than that in the IFS-BMP group. It is evident that the ICPC composite achieved a more prolonged osteogenic effect than that by IFS composite...