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ASM Handbook Volume 23 AND Materials Coatings for

Medical Devices: Cardiovascular

Product Code: 05368G

Price: $477 / ASM Member: $375

Volume 23: Materials for

Medical Devices

Edited by Roger Narayan

2012 • 396 pages

ISBN: 978-1-61503-827-5

Product Code: 05285G

Price: $297 / ASM Member: $225

State-of-the-art reference for implant materials

including stainless steels, cobalt-base alloys, tita-

nium, shape memory alloys, noble metals, ceram-

ics, and polymers. Examples of materials- and mechanical-based failures

of medical devices. Covers biotribology, implant wear, clinical wear, and

biological aspects. Corrosion effects, corrosion products, mechanically

assisted corrosion, and corrosion fatigue. Biocompatibility of ceramics

and polymers.

Volume 23 is a replacement for the

Handbook of Materials for Medical


edited by J.R. Davis (ASM, 2003). It features new content that

greatly expands the scope and depth of coverage, including a more

in-depth discussion of materials and focus on applications.





Materials and Coatings for Medical

Devices: Cardiovascular

2009 • 452 pages

ISBN: 978-1-61503-000-2

Product Code: 05269G

Price: $307 / ASM Member: $231

A unique volume of engineering property data with

detailed biological response information, in a

consistent data sheet format, for the materials and

coatings for cardiovascular medical devices. The

emphasis is on materials and coatings used in FDA-

approved implantable devices.

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Biomaterials in

Orthopaedic Surgery

By Federico Ángel Rodríguez-González

2009 • 236 pages

ISBN: 978-1-61503-009-5

Product Code: 05233G

Price: $137 / ASM Member: $105

Biomaterials (metallic, nonmetallic, and bone

allografts) used for orthopaedic applications and

the engineering and clinical aspects of their use

and performance. Case studies and specific applications include internal

and external bone fracture fixation, hip and knee joint replacements,

spine implants and disc prostheses, and the application of structural

bone allografts for patients with bone tumors.