Simulating the bone-titanium interfacial changes around transfemoral osseointegrated implants using physical models and modal analysis

Nicola Cairns, Mark Pearcy, James Smeathers, Clayton Adam

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Abstract

Non-invasive vibration analysis is being considered as a method to monitor the healing progression of femoral implants in transfemoral amputees. Studies to date have successfully detected gross alterations in the physical properties of the interface region of physical bone-implant models using vibration techniques. This paper describes the development of a series of physical models which simulate the incremental bone-implant interfacial changes during progressive osseointegration. The capability of modal analysis to detect the changing interface conditions is investigated. The model resonant frequencies and their mode shapes altered due to the different interface conditions. Higher resonances were shown to be more sensitive to interface changes than the fundamental frequency. The findings demonstrate the potential of modal analysis for this application and the technique warrants further investigation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages15-23
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sep 2012
EventThe International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare - Vienna, United Kingdom
Duration: 19 Sep 201221 Sep 2012

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ConferenceThe International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityVienna
Period19/09/1221/09/12

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Modal analysis
Bone
Titanium
Vibration analysis
Natural frequencies
Physical properties

Keywords

  • osseointegration
  • transfemoral amputation
  • physical model
  • modal analysis
  • bone-titanium
  • interfacial changes
  • transfemoral osseointegrated implants

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Cairns, N., Pearcy, M., Smeathers, J., & Adam, C. (2012). Simulating the bone-titanium interfacial changes around transfemoral osseointegrated implants using physical models and modal analysis. 15-23. Paper presented at The International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare, Vienna, United Kingdom.
Cairns, Nicola ; Pearcy, Mark ; Smeathers, James ; Adam, Clayton. / Simulating the bone-titanium interfacial changes around transfemoral osseointegrated implants using physical models and modal analysis. Paper presented at The International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare, Vienna, United Kingdom.9 p.
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Cairns, N, Pearcy, M, Smeathers, J & Adam, C 2012, 'Simulating the bone-titanium interfacial changes around transfemoral osseointegrated implants using physical models and modal analysis' Paper presented at The International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare, Vienna, United Kingdom, 19/09/12 - 21/09/12, pp. 15-23.

Simulating the bone-titanium interfacial changes around transfemoral osseointegrated implants using physical models and modal analysis. / Cairns, Nicola; Pearcy, Mark; Smeathers, James; Adam, Clayton.

2012. 15-23 Paper presented at The International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare, Vienna, United Kingdom.

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Cairns N, Pearcy M, Smeathers J, Adam C. Simulating the bone-titanium interfacial changes around transfemoral osseointegrated implants using physical models and modal analysis. 2012. Paper presented at The International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare, Vienna, United Kingdom.