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Ceramic biomaterials are often based on phosphate-containing solubable glasses, and various calcium phosphate salts (Hench, 1998). These salts can be made to cure in vivo and are attractive as replacements for the natural calcium phosphates of mineralised tissues. The Ca-phosphate products are gaining ground in orthopaedics as resorbable bone substitutes. Biocements are often based on various calcium phosphate salts – sometimes in combination with Ca-sulphates (Nilsson, 2003). These salts can be made to cure in vivo and are attractive as replacements for the natural 48 Biomaterials – Physics and Chemistry mineralised tissues.
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