Martin H. Stone mostly deals with Polyethylene, Composite material, Wear debris, Alloy and Macrophage. His study looks at the relationship between Polyethylene and fields such as Biological activity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. In his work, Cross-linked polyethylene and Wear resistance is strongly intertwined with Knee simulator, which is a subfield of Composite material.
Martin H. Stone has included themes like Tribology, Radial clearance and Lubricant in his Wear debris study. His research investigates the link between Alloy and topics such as Cobalt-chrome that cross with problems in Metal, Chromium Alloys, Scanning electron microscope and Total hip replacement. His Macrophage research incorporates elements of Phagocytosis and Immunology.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Polyethylene, Surgery, Total hip replacement and Physical therapy. Martin H. Stone works in the field of Polyethylene, namely Ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene. His research investigates the connection between Surgery and topics such as Orthodontics that intersect with issues in Total knee replacement, Radiography, Fixed bearing and Acetabulum.
His research in Physical therapy intersects with topics in Hip replacement, Leg Length Inequality, Total hip arthroplasty and Arthroplasty. His studies in Wear debris integrate themes in fields like In vitro cell culture and Volumetric wear. The study incorporates disciplines such as Bone resorption, Biomedical engineering and Resorption in addition to Osteolysis.
Martin H. Stone mainly investigates Physical therapy, Arthroplasty, Total hip replacement, Leg Length Inequality and Surgery. His work on Gait as part of general Physical therapy study is frequently linked to Elderly population, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Arthroplasty study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Asymptomatic and Medical emergency.
He interconnects Orthodontics, Ropivacaine and Acute pain in the investigation of issues within Total hip replacement. His studies deal with areas such as Hip replacement, Scoring system, Femoral rotation and Radiography as well as Leg Length Inequality. His study brings together the fields of Cementation and Surgery.
Martin H. Stone mainly focuses on Physical therapy, Leg Length Inequality, Total hip replacement, Hip replacement and Arthroplasty. His Physical therapy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nerve block, Perioperative, Treatment options and Femoral nerve. Martin H. Stone regularly ties together related areas like Total hip arthroplasty in his Leg Length Inequality studies.
As a part of the same scientific family, Martin H. Stone mostly works in the field of Hip replacement, focusing on Orthodontics and, on occasion, Inverse dynamics and Healthy individuals. His Arthroplasty research integrates issues from Orthopedic surgery, Asymptomatic and Radiography. His research on Radiography concerns the broader Surgery.
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Polyethylene particles of a ‘critical size’ are necessary for the induction of cytokines by macrophages in vitro
T R Green;J Fisher;M Stone;B M Wroblewski.
The influence of design, materials and kinematics on the in vitro wear of total knee replacements
H.M.J. McEwen;P.I. Barnett;C.J. Bell;R. Farrar.
Journal of Biomechanics (2005)
Effect of size and dose on bone resorption activity of macrophages by in vitro clinically relevant ultra high molecular weight polyethylene particles.
Timothy R. Green;John Fisher;J. Bridget Matthews;Martin H. Stone.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (2000)
Comparison of the cytotoxicity of clinically relevant cobalt-chromium and alumina ceramic wear particles in vitro.
M.A. Germain;A. Hatton;S. Williams;J.B. Matthews.
Evaluation of the response of primary human peripheral blood mononuclear phagocytes to challenge with in vitro generated clinically relevant UHMWPE particles of known size and dose
J. Bridget Matthews;Alfred A. Besong;Tim R. Green;Martin H. Stone.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (2000)
Quantitative analysis of wear and wear debris from metal-on-metal hip prostheses tested in a physiological hip joint simulator.
P J Firkins;J L Tipper;M R Saadatzadeh;E Ingham.
Bio-medical Materials and Engineering (2001)
Tribology of alternative bearings.
John Fisher;Zhongmin Jin;Joanne Tipper;Martin Stone.
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research (2006)
The influence of molecular weight, crosslinking and counterface roughness on TNF-alpha production by macrophages in response to ultra high molecular weight polyethylene particles.
Joanne Helen Ingram;Martin Stone;John Fisher;Eileen Ingham.
Quantitative analysis of polyethylene wear debris, wear rate and head damage in retrieved Charnley hip prostheses.
J. L. Tipper;E. Ingham;J. L. Hailey;A. A. Besong.
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine (2000)
Comparison of wear, wear debris and functional biological activity of moderately crosslinked and non-crosslinked polyethylenes in hip prostheses.
M Endo;J L Tipper;D C Barton;M H Stone.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine (2002)
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