Fig. 1. Release of Ca ions from bone cements after 21 days in different media.
Solid line: Tris buffer; Broken line: tissue fluid substitute; Dotted line: Tris buffer and fetal bovine serum.
Fig. 2. Release of P ions from bone cements after 21 days in different media.
Solid line: Tris buffer; Broken line: tissue fluid substitute, Dotted line: Tris buffer and fetal bovine serum.
Fig. 3. Flexural strength of the bone cements before and after immersion in different media for 21 days.
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