Functional coatings formed on the titanium and magnesium alloys as implant materials by plasma electrolytic oxidation technology: Fundamental principles and synthesis conditions

Sergey Vasilievich Gnedenkov, Yurii Petrovich Sharkeev, Sergey Leonidovich Sinebryukhov, Olga Alekseevna Khrisanfova, Elena Viktorovna Legostaeva, Alexandra Grigorievna Zavidnaya, Artem Viktorovich Puz', Igor Albertovivh Khlusov, Denis Pavlovich Opra

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Abstract

Metallic implants have been successfully used in medicine for the past 60-70 years. Historically, implants were designed only as mechanical devices, whereas the biological aspects of their application were beyond the researchers' interest. The improvement of living conditions and the increase of the average life span have changed the situation. The clinical requirements for medical implants rise up substantially. Presently, it seems impossible to imagine the use of metallic implants in the human body without preliminary surface modification to modulate the interaction between the surrounding biological environment and the implant. The review highlights the most recent advances in the field of functional coatings formed on implants by the plasma electrolytic oxidation technology. Special attention is dedicated to the principles of surface modification of the commercially pure titanium, titanium nickelide, and Mg-Mn-Ce magnesium alloy. The advantages and disadvantages of the method and the characteristics of these materials are discussed from this point of view. Some aspects of this review are aimed at corrosion protection of implants with application of polymer materials.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)65-83
Number of pages19
JournalCorrosion Reviews
Volume34
Issue number1-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2016

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Magnesium alloys
Titanium alloys
Surface treatment
Titanium
Plasmas
Coatings
Oxidation
Corrosion protection
Medicine
Polymers
titanium nickelide

Keywords

  • bioactivity/bioinertness
  • coatings
  • hydroxyapatite
  • implants
  • plasma electrolytic oxidation

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  • Materials Science(all)
  • Chemical Engineering(all)
  • Chemistry(all)

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Functional coatings formed on the titanium and magnesium alloys as implant materials by plasma electrolytic oxidation technology : Fundamental principles and synthesis conditions. / Gnedenkov, Sergey Vasilievich; Sharkeev, Yurii Petrovich; Sinebryukhov, Sergey Leonidovich; Khrisanfova, Olga Alekseevna; Legostaeva, Elena Viktorovna; Zavidnaya, Alexandra Grigorievna; Puz', Artem Viktorovich; Khlusov, Igor Albertovivh; Opra, Denis Pavlovich.

In: Corrosion Reviews, Vol. 34, No. 1-2, 01.03.2016, p. 65-83.

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Gnedenkov, Sergey Vasilievich ; Sharkeev, Yurii Petrovich ; Sinebryukhov, Sergey Leonidovich ; Khrisanfova, Olga Alekseevna ; Legostaeva, Elena Viktorovna ; Zavidnaya, Alexandra Grigorievna ; Puz', Artem Viktorovich ; Khlusov, Igor Albertovivh ; Opra, Denis Pavlovich. / Functional coatings formed on the titanium and magnesium alloys as implant materials by plasma electrolytic oxidation technology : Fundamental principles and synthesis conditions. In: Corrosion Reviews. 2016 ; Vol. 34, No. 1-2. pp. 65-83.
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