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CONVOCATORIA PARA BECA DE FORMACIÓN: "Estudio comparativo del aumento óseo en tibia de conejo utilizando obturadores de Cr-Co microfijados, de diferente diámetro y altura" Director: Dr. Oscar Decco.

Inscripción hasta el 17/04/2017 inclusive (hasta las 12:00) en mesa de entrada FIUNER

Un becario, alumno de la Facultad de Ingeniería, con el Ciclo Básico aprobado, con la finalidad de formar recursos humanos, que se involucre e introduzca en la metodología de la investigación. El becario se preparará durante el transcurso de la ejecución del Proyecto de Investigación y Desarrollo N° 6160 denominado “Estudio Comparativo del Aumento Óseo en Tibia de Conejo utilizando Obturadores de Cr-Co Microfijados de diferente Diámetro y Altura”.

Consultas: Dr. Oscar Decco (odecco@bioimplantes.com.ar) o Secretaría de Extensión y Difusión FIUNER (vicedecana@ingenieria.uner.edu.ar)

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El paper "Localized tissue mineralization regulated by bone remodelling: a computational approach" fue aprobado y se encuentra en proceso de publicación

PLOS ONE - Marzo de 2017

Más información proximamente.

Recientemente fue publicado el paper "Conventional extraction vs. enucleation in anterior maxillary sites: a pilot study in humans" escrito por Oscar A. Decco, Jésica I. Zuchuat, Andrea C. Cura, Jorgelina A. Decco y Wilfried Engelke.

International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine - Vol. 10 (2017)

Abstract: Background: Surgical extraction of ankylosed roots may cause severe defects of the alveolar crest. The aim of the present study was to determine the effects of flapless enucleation on the frequency of osteotomy and the maintenance of the alveolar crest width. Method: Ten patients (3 m, 7 f) requiring extractions in the anterior maxillary zone were included and randomly treated with conventional extraction and flapless microsurgical enucleation; osteotomy served as rescue technique in both groups. Socket preservation was performed using in situ hardening TCP bone substitute. Results: In the extraction group, 4/10 patients required osteotomy, in the enucleation group 0/10 (P minor 0.05, chi-square test). The alveolar widths 3 mm below the gingiva before surgery, at 3 and 6 months were 11.50, 8.98, and 9.50 mm in the extraction group and 12.25, 11.35, and 11.25 mm in the enucleation group, respectively. Two of 10 control sites and 0 of 10 test sites required augmentation for implant placement. Conclusion: Flapless enucleation combined with socket preservation appears to provide adequate maintenance of alveolar structures for implant placement and may be an alternative for surgical extraction in ankylosed anterior maxillary sites.

International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine /// Artículo completo /// Otras publicaciones de laboratorio

Recientemente fue publicado el paper "Minimally Invasive Technique For Transalveolar Sinus Floor Elevation with A Diamond Burr Used in Skull Base Surgery: A Case Series" escrito por Oscar A. Decco, Jésica I. Zuchuat e Ysaí Maldonado.

31 de diciembre de 2016 - India - IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences

Abstract: When alveolar ridges lack the appropriate bone volume for implant placement, additional surgical procedures are necessary. In the posterior maxilla, the pneumatization of the maxillary sinus reduces the residual crestal height, and to perform implant placement, several sinus floor elevation techniques have been developed. These techniques involve specific instruments that require some experience, especially when performing sinus membrane lifting because of its importance for surgery success. A minimally invasive transalveolar sinus floor elevation technique is presented, in which a diamond burr used in cranial base surgery is employed. Surgery was performed on 10 patients. Panoramic radiographs and computerized tomography (CT) scans were taken before surgery and 1 month and 2 years after surgery, and they were used to measure bone height. The achieved augmentation heights were between 2.18 and 5.93 mm. All of the surgical procedures were conducted without complications. No Schneiderian membrane was perforated, and a vertical augmentation for allowing implant placement was achieved. It represent a good technique for minimally invasive sinus floor elevation.

IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences /// Otras publicaciones

Recientemente fue aceptado un Capítulo escrito por integrantes del laboratorio en el libro "Advanced Surfaces for Stem Cell Research".

4 de julio de 2016 - USA - WILEY-Scrivener Publishing

The book outlines first the importance of Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM), which is a natural surface for most of cells. In the following chapters the influence of biological, chemical, mechanical, and physical properties of surfaces in micro and nano-scale on stem cell behavior are discussed including the mechanotransduction. Biomimetic and bioinspired approaches are highlighted for developing microenvironment of several tissues, and surface engineering applications are discussed in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and different type of biomaterials in various chapters of the book.

Chapter 10: Application of bioreactor concept and modeling techniques in bone regeneration and augmentation treatments.

Authors: Decco O., Zuchuat J. Editors: Ashutosh T., Bora G., Lokman U.

Índice del capítulo:
10.1 Bone Tissue Regeneration
10.2 Actual Therapeutic Strategies and Concepts to Obtain an Optimal Bone Quality and Quantity
10.3 Bioreactors Employed for Tissue Engineering in Guided Bone Regeneration
10.4 Bioreactor Concept in Guided Bone Regeneration and Tissue Engineering: In Vivo Application
10.5 New Multidisciplinary Approaches Intended to Improve and Accelerate the Treatment of Injured and/or Diseased Bone
10.6 Computational Modeling: An Effective Tool to Predict Bone Ingrowth


Acceso al libro - WILEY on line /// Otras publicaciones de laboratorio

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