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This part of ISO 18192 defines a test procedure for the relative angular movement between articulating components, and specifies the pattern of the applied force, speed and duration of testing, sample configuration and test environment to be used for the wear testing of total intervertebral spinal disc prostheses. Both lumbar and cervical prostheses are addressed. This part of ISO 18192 does not address partial disc replacements, such as nucleus replacements or facet joint replacements. The test method focuses on wear testing. Additional mechanical tests such as fatigue testing can be required. This part of ISO 18192 does not reproduce the complex in vivo loads and motions. The wear data obtained with this test method will enable comparison between different types of implants but can differ from the clinical wear performance. The user of this part of ISO 18192 should consider running additional wear tests addressing specific safety issues of the individual implant design to be tested.
|Nederlandse titel||Chirurgische implantaten - Slijtage van totale tussenwervelschijfprotheses - Deel 1: Belasting en verplaatsingsparameters voor slijtagebeproeving met verplaatsingscontrole en corresponderende omgevingscondities voor beproeving|
|Engelse titel||Implants for surgery - Wear of total intervertebral spinal disc prostheses - Part 1: Loading and displacement parameters for wear testing and corresponding environmental conditions for test|