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Preliminary study using pulsating water jet for bone cement demolition
Hloch, Sergej ; Kloc, J. ; Foldyna, Josef ; Pude, F. ; Smolko, I. ; Zeleňák, Michal ; Sitek, Libor ; Hvizdoš, P. ; Monka, P. ; Monková, K. ; Kozak, D. ; Stoić, A. ; Sedmak, A. ; Milosevic, M. ; Lehocká, D. ; Mihalčinová, E.
The paper deals with the study of using the selective property of ultrasonic pulsating water jet for the disintegration of bone cement which creates the interface between femoral stem and trabecular bone tissue. For investigation, commercial bone cements were used. Bone cements were tested by nanoindentation in order to review their mechanical properties. A representative sample Palacos R+G was selected for disintegration of bone cement. Bone cements samples fixed between two plexiglasses were disintegrated using ultrasonic water jet and water jet generated by self-resonating nozzle at the pressure level of 20 MPa. Visualisation of bone cement demolition was provided with high speed 1 kHz cameras with two led pulsed sources. Potential were observed for using of pulsating water jet for bone cement demoliton during femoral stem extraction.
Preliminary analysis of volume material removal at bone cement disintegration by pulsating water jet
Lehocká, D. ; Hloch, S. ; Foldyna, Josef ; Monka, P. ; Monková, K. ; Brezíková, K.
The article deals with preliminary analysis of material removal during disintegration of bone cement. This article was created to show possibilities of pulsating water jet utilization in medicine. Experiments with pulsating water jet were done using two types of nozzles - flat and round. Traces in bone cement were measured by optical profilemeter MicroProf FRT. Results show that pulsating water jet will be possible focuses as a tool for medical purposes, but further detailed research is needed.

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