British Orthopaedic Research Society

The British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS) is a multidisciplinary association devoted to pursuing research relevant to orthopaedic and musculoskeletal surgery

Materials, Infection and Trauma

Live Presentations

Session 05 | Tuesday 8 September 09:00 to 09:40
09:00 Session opensID
09:05Development of an ex vivo bone model for pre-clinically testing osteointegration of metallic implants
Nupur Kohli
38
09:12Direct ink writing of polycaprolactone/hydroxyapatite scaffolds loaded with vancomycin for bone repair
Bin Zhang
161
09:19Oily fluids (vitamin E and Lipiodol) do not reduce both oxidative stability and or tensile properties of medical grade polyethylene after accelerated ageing
Fedra Zaribaf
19
09:26Is there a difference between frozen cadavers and formalin preserved cadavers for soft tissue fixation in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction? A biomechanical comparison of the modified Prusik knot with quadriceps tendons
Shahb Malik
34
09:33A metabolomic study into the effect of non-lethal dispersion on antimicrobial tolerance in Staphylococcus aureus biofilms
Shao-Ting Jerry Tsang
3
09:40Keynote

Poster Presentations

The local toxicity of cobalt chrome implants: a systematic review
Ilaria Elena Zais
17
Adverse reaction to metal debris as a result of fretting corrosion between the acetabular components of modular dual-mobility constructs in total hip replacement: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Jonathan French
135
Investigation of leaching of oil based fluids (Vitamin E and Lipiodol) from Polyethylene
Fedra Zaribaf
21
Post-operative COVID-19 infection rates in orthopaedic trauma surgery: A retrospective review
Lilanthi Wickramarachchi
109
Biomechanical analysis of three suturing techniques for soft-tissue fixation: a human cadaveric study with quadriceps tendon graft
Shahb Malik
35
Role of trainee principal investigator on trauma trials – Cardiff experience
Prashanth D’sa
02