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Implants
Sensors 2020, 20(1), 202; https://doi.org/10.3390/s20010202 Abstract The aim is to evaluate specific absorption rate (SAR) values from exposure near handheld ultra-high frequency radiofrequency identification readers (UHF RFID guns—small electronic devices, or even portable computers with relevant accessories—emitting up to several watts of electromagnetic field (EMF) to search for RFID sensors (tags) attached to marked objects), in order to...
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Metals and metal alloys are commonly used in implanted medical devices and in inserts like amalgam dental fillings, and these materials are sometimes in contact with parts of the body for extended periods of time.  Part of the FDA’s evaluation to determine whether a medical device is safe and effective involves reviewing information about metals...
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  First published: 14 March 2019 https://doi.org/10.1002/osi2.1001 Anita V. Tibau1 | Blanche D. Grube2 | Braulio J. Velez3 | Victor M. Vega4 | Joachim Mutter5 Abstract Historically, titanium (Ti) has maintained the reputation of being an inert and relatively biocompatible metal, suitable for use in both medical and dental prosthesis. There are many published articles supporting these views, but there...
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