Evaluate the use of ceramics, glasses, and glass-ceramics as biomaterials, by studying the different types of bioceramic —tissue attachment, characteristic and processing. Differentiate between the different types of ceramics, glasses, and glass-ceramics; inert crystalline ceramics, porous ceramics, bioactive glasses and glass-ceramics, calcium phosphate ceramics, and resorbable calcium phosphates. Study the types of host 4.
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Identify the types of host reaction to biomaterials inflammation, reaction to biomaterials and and foreign body response. Differentialte between the different types of host reaction: chronic and acute inflammation, granulation, fibrosis and fibrous encapsulation [a,e,j,k,l] 5. Consider the application of 5.
Perfrom in-vitro assessment of tissue compatibility using: assay various biomaterial testing methods, agar diffusion, and elution. Preform in-vivo assessment of tissue compatibility by studying: [a,c,e,g,j,k] implant site, surgical protocol, controls, and the evaluation of tissue reaction [a,e,g,j,k] 6.
Identify the various applications of biomaterials in medicine and 6. Correlate the properties of dentistry: cardiovascular applications cardiopulmonary bypass, the different biomaterials to heart valves, vascular grafts, drug administration systems, stents, their applications in medicine catheter anc cannulas, pacemakers, IVCF, IABP, ventricular assist, and dentistry [a,c,e] and blood substitutes. Encourage life long learning, 7. Write a technical report and give an oral presentation on team foster teamwork and enhance project [g,h,I,k] student's communication skills.
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Schedule - Host Reaction to biomaterials inflammation and foreign body Chapter 4. PowerPoint presentations will be prepared for the course materials. Then, the students would have a lecture on new materials using PowerPoint presentations and blackboard. The lecture presentation will be paused every 15 — 20 minutes with brainstorming questions and discussions that will allow the students to reflect and think in more depth about what they learned in that presentation. Then, some example problems will be presented and discussed with the students to illustrate the appropriate problem solving skills that the students should learn.
Policy Attendance Attendance will be checked at the beginning of each class. University regulations will be strictly followed for students exceeding the maximum number of absences. In addition, points will be deducted from the participation grade for excessive absence. Term Project Term projects will be conducted by a group of 3- 4 students. The team should share and distribute responsibility.
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The group will submit a professional report and make an oral presentation. Making use of all resources, e. The report must be typed.
Hand-written reports are not accepted. The report should not exceed 10 pages. Late Reports will not be accepted. Student Conduct It is the responsibility of each student to adhere to the principles of academic integrity. Cheating will not be tolerated in this course.
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