Only one material is used for thermally sprayed layers in medical technology: hydroxyapatite. This is considered to be stable for long-term and is being used more and more in endoprosthetics. This paper presents and examines a previously unused material, calcium carbonate, for its suitability for injection-molding processing. The first in-vitro results round off the very positive results so far. Paper includes a German-language abstract.

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