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BIOMEDICAL TESTING / NO. 10 / OCTOBER 2011 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Defining the Next Generation of Spinal Bone Cements
MTS Bionix® Servohydraulic Test Systems
Introducing MTS TestSuite™ TW Software
  V10 - BIO - Lead Feature
 
“Our ultimate research objective is to identify new types of cement that offer the strength of PMMA and the non-toxicity of calcium phosphate, but without the shortcomings of either.” 
– Cecilia Persson 
   Uppsala University 
 
Defining the Next Generation of Spinal Bone Cements
 
Bone cements play a crucial role in vertebral augmentation. During this minimally invasive surgical procedure, surgeons inject a bonding agent into spinal column fracture sites as a means of easing pain, improving spinal stability and, in some cases, restoring height.

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  V10 - BIO - Product Feature  
MTS Bionix® Servohydraulic Test Systems
 
The Bionix servohydraulic tabletop test systems are precisely configured to characterize dynamic properties of biomedical materials and components.

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  V24 - ALL - Product Feature  
Introducing MTS TestSuite™ TW Software
 
It’s the latest addition to the growing MTS TestSuite software platform. New MTS TestSuite TW software delivers the test definition, analysis and reporting capabilities required to address the evolving needs of advanced researchers.

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