edited March 2016 in Coatings, transdermals, other implants
I've been gathering all the information I can grab in regards to growing cell cultures in a lab, it may be possible to my understand to grow bones that are biologically your own which would take a very good amount of time (Think multiple months, not weeks). It does seem like so long as you keep the bone fed with nutrients it needs to grow, you'll be able to make the bone potentiall grow and shape around your implant, preferably a small magnet.
The idea is to coat the magnet with something that'll be less likely to be rejected. Your body is less likely to reject your own biological substances. I've not started the experiment yet as I need more time and money (Not asking you for cash, I'll do it on my own) and I need to get the balls to do it on account of how deep I actually would need to go to get it. The bone culture will be taken from my leg from the shin since that bone is relatively close to the skin with minimal muscle fibre to get damaged and should have shorter healing time than other places.
What potential problems can you guys think of that would possibly arise from the experiment or implantation?