Investigation of the Blockchain Structure for Hydroxyapatite-Based Scaffolds | Journal of Engineering Sciences

Investigation of the Blockchain Structure for Hydroxyapatite-Based Scaffolds

Author(s): Chernobrovchenko V. S.1*, Dyadyura K. О.1, Panda A.2

Affiliation(s):
1 Sumy State University, 2, Rymskogo-Korsakova St., 40007 Sumy, Ukraine;
2 Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies, Technical University of Košice, 080 01 Prešov, Slovakia.

*Corresponding Author’s Address: vadim-golik@ukr.net

Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2 (2021)

Dates:
Submitted: July 15, 2021
Accepted for publication: December 10, 2021
Available online: December 14, 2021

Citation:
Harikrishna V., Kumar K. V. (2021). Investigation of the blockchain structure for hydroxyapatite-based scaffolds. Journal of Engineering Sciences, Vol. 8(2), pp. C30-C35, doi: 10.21272/jes.2021.8(2).c5

DOI: 10.21272/jes.2021.8(2).c5

Research Area:  MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING: Materials Science

Abstract. Regenerative biomechanics provides exciting technologies for developing functional substitutes, intending to restore and regenerate damaged tissues and organs. Scaffolds are in great demand. However, there are risks of biocompatibility when using scaffolds. Each bone substitute has its chemical composition, and other characteristics have advantages and disadvantages. Reproducibility, data sharing, privacy concerns, and patient participation in clinical trials are significant problems in modern clinical trials. In the era of the Internet, data is collected constantly. Today we need applications that ensure the privacy of users’ data. Blockchain technology helps to compensate for severe data management problems (e.g., patient recruitment, ongoing monitoring) in clinical trials (CT). The article examines the principles of blockchain operation and approaches to bone substitutes’ design. Based on this data, a blockchain model for biomaterial surgery has been created, facilitating interaction between the parties and reducing errors.

Keywords: life cycle assessment, clinical trials, biomaterial, implant, risk assessment, transaction.

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