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A Review of Some Biomechanical Principles That Govern the Response Characteristics of Anatomic Materials

Biomedical/biomechanical engineers testifying on behalf of their clients are often asked to render expert opinions about whether or not certain anatomical tissues/organs will fail when exposed to various types of biomechanical loading. Questions arise as to whether or not the loading poses a “risk factor” for potential failure of the material so-exposed; and whether or not the loading on the respective tissues/organs is “excessive, unsafe,” and/or otherwise trending toward the ultimate “wear out” of the material, with significant pathological consequences. In order to express their opinions to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty, these expert witnesses must have a working knowledge of certain, very basic biomechanical response characteristics of biological materials. Toward that end, formulated in this paper is a paradigm for the evaluation of expert testimony.

 

https://www.omicsonline.com/open-access/2090-2697/2090-2697-3-111.pdf?aid=15114

 
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