Funcionalización de prótesis poliméricas por proyección térmica: una revisión

Autores/as

  • Benjamín Ortega Centro de Tecnología Avanzada A. C. (CIATEQ)
  • Hannia González Universidad Tecnológica de Corregidora

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.rcm.n16a05

Palabras clave:

bioactividad, prótesis poliméricas, implantes, proyección térmica

Resumen


Se presenta una revisión de la literatura acerca de la funcionalización de materiales poliméricos para su uso en aplicaciones ortopédicas por proyección térmica. Los recubrimientos bioactivos sobre materiales con base polimérica son una alternativa desarrollada con el propósito de mejorar las propiedades superficiales de estos materiales. La modificación superficial mediante la incorporación de un material bioactivo es una opción atractiva para mejorar el desempeño de materiales al ser implantados en el organismo. Primero se describen de manera breve los conceptos referentes a la proyección térmica. Después, se exploran los principales polímeros empleados en el ámbito de prótesis y los biomateriales empleados en la fabricación de los recubrimientos bioactivos. Además, se describen los principales parámetros que afectan las propiedades del polímero. Esta revisión tiene como objetivo resumir las contribuciones más recientes e importantes en el tema de funcionalización de prótesis poliméricas modificadas superficialmente por proyección térmica.

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Hannia González, Universidad Tecnológica de Corregidora

Universidad Tecnológica de Corregidora, Facultad de Biotecnología, Querétaro, México.

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2021-01-29

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Ortega, B., & González, H. (2021). Funcionalización de prótesis poliméricas por proyección térmica: una revisión. Revista Colombiana De Materiales, (16), 90–103. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.rcm.n16a05

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