Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[editors] Dean P. Currier, Roger M. Nelson.|
|Series||Contemporary perspectives in rehabilitation ;, [v. 8]|
|Contributions||Currier, Dean P., Nelson, Roger M.|
|LC Classifications||RM700 .D86 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||92010278|
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The pressure is thought to be present due to the blood flow through the pulpal tissues, which is by far excessive compared to the amount required to nourish the pulpal tissues. What happens to the dentin when that fluid flow is altered by blood supply removal, remains an issue that needs to be further thoroughly discussed about. In , Gerald Pollack found evidence of Gilbert Ling’s theory of structured water. Something in between a liquid and a solid, Pollack refers to this gel-like state as the fourth phase of water. A structured and electrically active form of water, it is likely that water in it’s fourth phase is what fills our tissues and makes us human. Biologic tissues, including muscles and fascia, have nonlinear stress/strain curves. Unfortunately, in biomechanics the initial premise that muscles, fascia, and indeed, any biologic material, can be bound by the rules of hard matter physics is, according to the information coming out of the condensed soft matter laboratories, flawed. The first biologic product approved as a “drug” in was Humulin R (recombinant human insulin) from Eli Lilly and Company. 10 Today, biopharmaceuticals include vaccines, blood products, allergenic extracts, human cells and tissues, gene therapies, and more.