2021 - 2023
3D printed bone implants.
Our goal is to improve the mechanical, degradable, healing and antibacterial properties of printed implants by modifying ceramic cement with binders based on biodegradable synthetic polymers and bioactive polysaccharides and proteins. Utility models of cements suitable for 3D printing of implants with adjustable mechanical properties and increased biological activity will be delivered, as well as a functional sample of 3D printed parietal bone with increased bioactivity. The efficacy will be verified by implantation of 3D printed parietal bone into rat skull defect.
Role in project
Participation in bone cement formulation and development and characterization of physicochemical properties of cement and printed parts.
X-ray microCT investigations for quantification of bone formation and resorption of implants.
Charles University (CZ)
Genis hf. (IS)
gissur [at] taeknisetur.is
The profiBONE project (TO01000309) benefits from a € 1.433.000 grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants and the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.
Project TO01000309 is co-financed with the state support of the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic within the Kappa Programme.
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