Development and implementation of new diagnostic tools biomechanical strength and reliability of the "bone - joint - implant" considering damages of biological tissues

Manufactured laboratory samples of new rod external fixation devices (REFD) human bone fragments with the joint design made of biocompatible composite materials. Experimental testing and calculation and theoretical study of REFD rod joints of new design for osteosynthesis damaged human limbs. The developed osteosynthesis designs samples are tested in medical institutions of Ukraine for quality treatment of damaged bone fractures. Developed field testing methods of steosynthesis (plates, screws, rod apparatus of external fixation of fractures) for the purpose of certification and practice implementation in medical institutions. A load carrying capacity rankings conducted for different designs of osteosynthesis by assesment levels of functional reliability with respect to study of changes in mechanical properties of bone tissue, functional load values, destruction of bone gunshot wounds in the lower limbs of human.
Methods and Information Technology to determine the strength and reliability of newly functional biomechanical systems with damaged biological tissues used for solving practical problems of biomechanics and proved for use in medical practice. In order to prove the optimal biomechanical functionality recovery methods of damaged human systems conducted the biomechanic study of the anterior abdominal wall (AW) due to aloplastics of implants with polymeric materials. A new mathematical design models and 3D information technology applied for justification of rational treatment strategies AW. Methods of diagnosis of stress - strain state, durability and reliability of field and computer simulation models of osteosynthesis biomechanical systems "damaged bone, joint - medical device implant" are developed and implemented in practice medical institutions of Ukraine Ministry of Health in cooperation with experts of these organizations

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