RESCOLL involved in the FUI Project “HOBBIT” :
The objective is to develop resorbable implants with gradients of mechanical properties and resorption. This will allow a gradual resorption without risk of mechanical properties loss between bone and implant.
These implants are made with composite material (organic /bioactive ceramic) highly osteostimulator and by using conventional plastics technologies. Ultimately, the success of this project will avoid to remove plate, screws, pins after surgery … and open the possibility to develop resorbable implants with high mechanical strength.
Project supported by FUI 8, 092906353
RESCOLL was involved in the European Project “NEWBONE” :
Development of load-bearing fibre reinforced composite based non-metallic biomimetic bone implant. The aim of NEWBONE is to develop fibre reinforced composite (FRC) material load-bearing implant: to produce at prototype level two resorbable fixation devices in knee/shoulder ligament repair and two non-resorbable bone fixation devices for reconstruction of large bone defects and study the use of developed technologies in complete implants (hip stem, knee) and spine applications.
Project supported by FP6, 026279