ISO 14243-1 PDF

Knee wear test ISO /3. Normative References. ISO Implants for surgery – Wear of total knee joint prostheses. Part 1: Loading and displacement. Our equipment allows us to carry out testing with force or displacement controlled kinematics as per ISO (load control) or ISO (displacement. Purchase your copy of BS ISO as a PDF download or hard copy directly from the official BSI Shop. All BSI British Standards.

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Tibial insert wear The wear rate, volumetric wear and maximum wear depth calculated from the FEA models are detailed in Table 2. The boundary conditions were set according to ISO standards [ 11 — 14 ]. A comparison between electromechanical and pneumatic-controlled knee simulators for the investigation of wear of total knee replacements.

For the load controlled models Fig 5Bthe input curves were AP load, TR torque, flexion angle and compression loading. J Bone Joint Surg.

BS ISO 14243-1:2009

Lso ISO is the governing standard for wear testing of knee prostheses, but there is controversy over the correct direction of anterior-posterior AP displacement and loading and the correct direction of tibial rotation TR angles and torque.

The funders did not play any role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript. According to the calculated wear depth, each node on isp surface was moved in the direction normal to the articular surface.

This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Licensewhich permits izo use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

ISO —1, Implants for surgery. However, the extent of this influence varies depending on the design features of the tibial insert and the input parameters.

Knee wear test ISO

In the displacement control models Fig 10A—10C it can be seen that the wear contours for the modified ISO —3 model are central and slightly posterior on the tibial insert, whereas wearing on the ISO —3: Loosening of the implant is the most common reason for requiring a second TKA [ 6 — 8 ], which ios reported to be linked ixo malalignment of the motion axis and the generation of wear particles which can induce osteolysis around the implant [ 9 — 10 ].


Professor Zhong-Min Jin is the co-advisor.

Routine testing is performed using calf serum as a test fluid. Clin Biomech Bristol, Avon. The loading points on the tibia and femur were offset towards the medial side by a distance of ixo. A precise and accurate standard for wear performance is crucial for the development of knee prostheses as it predicts the lifetime of the tibial bearing.

A number of studies [ iwo — 29 ] have investigated how varying the parameters outlined in ISO may impact the knee joint; differences in wear between load and displacement control [ 24 — 25 ], the effect of varying the amplitude of inputs for displacement control on wear [ 26 ], the effect of anterior-posterior and internal-external motion constraints on wear [ 27 ], the impact of different activities on ios wear performance [ 28 ], comparison between electromechanically- and pneumatically-controlled 14234-1 simulators [ 29 ].

This current study is proposing a modification to ISO —3: Osteolysis in failed total knee arthroplasty: The flexion and axial load inputs are same across the ISO range of standards.

The wear coefficient K was 2. Nonlinear constraints in AP and TR directions were imposed on the load controlled model. Published online Oct Displacement or Force Control Knee Simulators?

The impact of variations in input directions according to ISO 14243 on wearing of knee prostheses

For the displacement control models, as shown in Fig 9the graph of AP displacement plotted according to ISO —3: The wear of the components is determined gravimetrically, particle analysis can be performed. Loading and displacement parameters for wear-testing machines with displacement control and corresponding environmental conditions for test, For the displacement controlled models Fig 5Athe input curves were AP displacement, tibial rotation TR angle, flexion angle and compression loading.


Contact and rubbing of flat surfaces. However, during normal human gait the tibia undergoes positive AP displacement and rotates through a positive TR angle [ 18 — 23 ]. Effects of perceptions of care, medical advice, and hospital quality on patient satisfaction after primary total knee replacement: It was calculated for 5 million cycles according to ISO [ 11 — 14 ].

This may lead to slight differences against data published by the original manufacturer. Please download our video to see the simulator moving.

Effect of anterior-posterior and internal-external motion constraint during knee wear simulation on a posterior stabilised knee design. The volume of wear was calculated by the difference between the initial ixo of the tibial insert and its final izo.

For load control ISO —1: Similarly, Schwenke T et al. J Biomed Mater Res. The FEA model used in this study was fully validated prior to commencing any wear simulations, as highlighted in the following five points. Differences in wear between load and displacement control tested total knee replacements.

The funder is a Chinese national research funding agency which provides financial support for basic research. The authors would like to thank Mr.

According to ISO [ 11 — 14 ], the TR angle is positive when the tibia rotates internally and AP displacement is considered to be positive when the tibia moves anteriorly. Loading and displacement parameters for wear-testing machines with load 1424-31 and corresponding environmental conditions for test.

ABS plastic was used to construct the jigs Fig 6B.