A Swedish professor, Per-Ingvar Brånemark, used a titanium implant chamber to study blood flow in rabbit bone and noted that the titanium implant could not be removed at the end of the experiment. He later coined the word “osseointegration” to describe the phenomenon when bone cells grow in direct contact with a titanium implant.
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Life’s daily activities have become much easier Meet 29-year-old engineer André who recently shared his story with Integrum. In 2011, while he was out with his friends, a fight broke out with another group, and he was pushed in front of an oncoming train. He landed between the tracks and his upper right arm was […]This is his story
In an interview with Integrum, Concord High School social studies teacher and assistant football coach Glenn Runyon tells the story of how he lost his left leg above the knee due to osteosarcoma in 2015 and how he regained an active lifestyle.This is his story
For the first time in over 5 years, Susan Fumagalli Mahoney was able to walk again. In 2016, Susan Fumagalli Mahoney, Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Compliance Officer at Gettysburg College, suffered severe lower extremity injuries which led to her left leg being amputated below the knee. Due to long-term complications, including nerve entrapment […]This is her story