With the development of the titanium industry, more and more fields have found the use of titanium products, and titanium rods are the best among them. As a new type of material, surgical implant titanium rods have been used in the global pharmaceutical industry, surgical instruments, human implants and other medical fields for decades and have achieved great success.
Bone and joint damage caused by internal trauma and tumors, artificial joints, bone plates and screws can be made from titanium and titanium alloys and are now widely used in clinical practice. It is also used for hip joints (including femoral heads), knee joints, elbow joints, metacarpophalangeal joints, interphalangeal joints, mandibles, artificial vertebral body (spine orthosis), pacemaker housing, artificial heart (heart valve), Artificial dental implants and titanium mesh are used in cranial plastic surgery.
The requirements for surgical implant titanium rod can be classified into three aspects: the biocompatibility of the material with the human body, the corrosion resistance of the material in the human environment, and the mechanical properties of the material.
The surgical implant titanium rod has low density, light weight, high strength, good corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance, strong acid resistance, and strong alkali resistance. It is a very good material. Mainly used in machinery equipment, electroplating equipment, medical, various precision parts and other industries.
Medical titanium rods are becoming more and more important in medical procedures, so more and more medical uses are being continuously developed.
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