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The use of zirconium dioxide in surgery: advantages and disadvantages of the material, evaluation of the effect of zirconium dioxide on osteosynthesis

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2022-05-03
Issue: 
5
Year: 
2022

N. Sarkisyan, MD, P. Astryukhina, V. Shamrai
Ural State Medical University, Yekaterinburg

Today, clinical medicine provides a variety of procedures and materials for bone structure restoration in surgery. The use of zirconium oxide and its alloys is a new and little studied method to restore bone structures. A number of issues, such as the quality and timing of integration of zirconium oxide, its biocompatibility with a living organism’s tissues and the effect on the latter, remain open in the use of zirconium dioxide. The purpose of the systematic review is to search for and analyze the studies that determine the prospects for the use of zirconium and its alloys in surgery, by taking into account the advantages and disadvantages of these materials.

Keywords: 
surgery
zirconium dioxide
bone regeneration
osteosynthesis



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