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Mixing orthopaedic cement

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Orthopaedic cement. Orthopaedic cement (bone cement) being mixed for use in total knee replacement surgery. Orthopaedic cement is a type of acrylic glass, a thermoplastic, that is used to bond joint replacements to existing bone in orthopaedic surgery. It is formed by mixing two components together, a powder and a liquid. On mixing, they form a dough-like cement that gradually hardens whilst giving off a large amount of heat. See clips K004 6229 - K004 6255 for entire sequence.

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