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Surface orientation effects on bending properties of surgical mesh are independent of tensile properties.
Simon DD, et al. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater 2018. PMID 28419752
Tensile testing was also performed on the same specimens using ASTM D882-12. Linear regressions were performed to compare mesh flexural rigidity to mesh thickness, areal mass density, filament diameter, ultimate tensile strength, and maximum extension. ...The lack of correlation between flexural stiffness and tensile properties indicates the need to examine mesh bending stiffness to provide a more comprehensive understanding of surgical mesh mechanical behaviors. ...
Tensile testing was also performed on the same specimens using ASTM D882-12. Linear regressions were performed to compare mesh flexur
Evaluation of the tensile strength of the human ureter--preliminary results.
Shilo Y, et al. J Endourol 2014. PMID 25343358
The specimens were then cut into multiple circumferentially and longitudinally oriented tissue strips for tensile testing. Strips were uniaxially stretched to failure in a tensile testing machine. ...Finally, stress at failure was noted as the tensile strength of the sample. Circumferential tensile strength was also compared in the proximal and distal regions of the specimens. ...
The specimens were then cut into multiple circumferentially and longitudinally oriented tissue strips for tensile testing. …
On the origin of the tensile strength of insect swarms.
Reynolds AM. Phys Biol 2019. PMID 30901760
One of the first such dynamical tests revealed that swarms of flying insects have macroscopic mechanical properties similar to solids, including a finite Young's modulus and yield strength. ...
One of the first such dynamical tests revealed that swarms of flying insects have macroscopic mechanical properties similar to solids, inclu …
Relaxation incisions and tensile strength in the abdominal wall of pigs.
Pedroso AR, et al. Acta Cir Bras 2019. PMID 31432999 Free PMC article.
Step 1 (control phase): tensile strength measured without performing relaxant incisions. Step 2: A curvilinear relaxant incision was made on the anterior blade of the right RAM sheath and then the tensile strength was measured by the edge of the wound. ...CONCLUSION: Relaxing incisions reduced tensile strength in the ventral abdominal wall....
Step 1 (control phase): tensile strength measured without performing relaxant incisions. Step 2: A curvilinear r
Relationship between the tensile strengths and diameters of human umbilical cords.
Fernando DMG, et al. J Forensic Leg Med 2018. PMID 29533204
Tensile strengths were measured by Hounsfield Testing Machine. Relationship between tensile strength versus cord diameter and weight per unit length were analyzed. Of 122 cords, average tensile strength, diameter and weight per centimeter were 50.4 N, 7.73 mm and 6.87 g respectively. The tensile strengths were directly proportional to diameter. ...
Tensile strengths were measured by Hounsfield Testing Machine. Relationship between tensile strength versus cord
Wound healing. Tensile strength vs healing time for wounds closed under tension.
Pickett BP, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996. PMID 8615976
OBJECTIVES: To measure tensile strength of wounds closed with and without tension in rats, delineating the postoperative time interval when tensile strength is equal. ...RESULTS: Tensile strength was not significantly different on day 5. However, wounds closed under tension showed significantly higher tensile strength on 7, 10, 14, 21. ...
OBJECTIVES: To measure tensile strength of wounds closed with and without tension in rats, delineating the postoperative time …
Depth-dependent cohesive tensile strength in human donor corneas: implications for refractive surgery.
Randleman JB, et al. J Refract Surg 2008. PMID 18269156
RESULTS: A strong negative correlation was noted between stromal depth and cohesive tensile strength (r = -0.93). The anterior corneal stroma directly adjacent to Bowman's layer followed by the underlying anterior 40% of the corneal stroma had the highest cohesive tensile strength. ...Within the central 40% to 60% depth, a positive correlation was found between increased age and increased tensile strength (r = 0.67), with corneal tensile strength increasing 38% from ages 20 to 78 years. ...
RESULTS: A strong negative correlation was noted between stromal depth and cohesive tensile strength (r = -0.93) …
Comparison of tensile strength of slip knots with that of 3-1-1 knots using 10-0 nylon sutures.
Lutchman CR, et al. Cornea 2014. PMID 24457454
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to compare the tensile strength of slip knots with that of 3-1-1 knots using 10-0 nylon sutures. ...CONCLUSIONS: In 10-0 nylon sutures, the 3-1-1 knot has a statistically significant greater tensile strength than the slip knot has in conditions wherein they fail by either breakage or unraveling....
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to compare the tensile strength of slip knots with that of 3-1-1 knots using 10-0 ny …
Effect of phosphoric acid concentration used for etching on the microtensile bond strength to fluorotic teeth.
Gu M, et al. Medicine (Baltimore) 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30170430 Free PMC article.
Microtensile testing was used to determine the bond strength. After the microtensile test, the fractured specimens were examined under scanning electron microscopy (SEM).Both dental fluorosis and concentrations of phosphoric acid significantly affected the microshear bond strength of Adper Single Bond 2 to dental enamel. ...The rates of failures at the bonding interface decreased as the degree of fluorosis increased and as the concentration of phosphoric acid increased from 35% to 45%.The bond strength of fluorosis tooth was lower than that of healthy tooth, the bond strength increased with the increasing concentration of phosphoric acid, but an excessively high acid concentration can conversely lead to an apparent decline in bond strength....
Microtensile testing was used to determine the bond strength. After the microtensile test, the fractured specimens were examined unde …
Are microtubules tension sensors?
Hamant O, et al. Nat Commun 2019 - Review. PMID 31142740 Free PMC article.
Mechanical stresses are tensorial in nature, and thus provide dual mechanical information: stress magnitude and direction. Here we propose a parsimonious mechanism for the perception of the principal stress direction. In vitro experiments show that microtubules are stabilized under tension. Based on these results, we explore the possibility that such microtubule stabilization operates in vivo, most notably in plant cells where turgor-driven tensile stresses exceed greatly those observed in animal cells....
Mechanical stresses are tensorial in nature, and thus provide dual mechanical information: stress magnitude and direction. Her …
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