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Radiopaque acrylic cements prepared with a new acrylic derivative of iodo-quinoline

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Title
Radiopaque acrylic cements prepared with a new acrylic derivative of iodo-quinoline
Abstract

A novel iodine-containing methacrylate, 2,5-diiodo-8-quinolyl methacrylate, has been synthesized and used in the preparation of acrylic radiopaque cements. The effect of incorporation of this monomer to the self-curing resins, on the curing parameters, swelling behaviour and mechanical properties was studied. The incorporation of the radiopaque compound 2,5-diiodo-8-hydroxyquinoline to the solid phase was also carried out for comparative experiments. A decrease in the peak temperature and an increase in the setting time was observed with the addition of the radiopaque monomer, however, the curing parameters did not appreciably change with the addition of the radiopaque compound to the solid phase. Swelling of the modified cements was in the same range as that of the radiolucent cement; however, the diffusion coefficients calculated according to the Fick's law were higher for the iodine-containing materials. The addition of 5 wt% of the iodine-containing methacrylate provided a significant increase in the tensile properties with respect to either control radiolucent formulations or BaSO4-containing formulations. Biocompatibility of the modified cements was studied by implantation of rods of the cements into rats and histological analysis of the surrounding tissue.

Keywords
Acrylic bone cement; Radiopaque agent; Iodine compounds
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Biomaterials - Volume 20, Issue 21, November 1999, Pages 2047–2053
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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