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  • If anyone can get the implantable magnet certified by FDA for implant then contact me
  • @Beano i have contacted dozens of companies around the world and all of them have said that titanium encased implantable magnets are going to be heavily priced But bovine magnets(cow magnets) also come in titanium encasing and they come in affordable prices
  • @Beano if u r tallking about gold colour titanium nitride coating then offcourse they failed because they happen to have pores which is ineveitable in coating process I am talking about encasing an NdFeB magnet inside a titanium capsule and its entirely different from plating and coating
  • i received a coat from a company called magnetsales about magnets of following description can u provide magnets of following description:- material - neodymium iron boron encasing - implant grade titanium/steel without any breaches and pores strength - N52 dimension - 2mm diameter and 1mm depth shape - disk quantity - 100…
  • @Cassox Haworth magnets are no more coated in gold and it is not possible for an individual to coat magnets in titanium it can be done only in industries
  • @aidoneus being a 3rd year medicine student i have some knowledge about saftey of those magnets magnets are coated in nickel and then in sillicone i dont know about any implant which uses silicone as covering silicone absorbs fluid i dont think those magnets are safe
  • @Hunter i am not asking you to buy that device for yourself buy it for me and i will pay you from paypal or credit card or any other payment service
  • @Hunter @aidoneus i tried to buy these magnets but the company said they cannot sell the magnets i were even ready to pay for the entire device but the device can only be sold to the recognised hospitals in US only now finally i have contacted a company which is ready to sell titanium encased magnets i have asked them…
  • and this is what i asked for can u provide magnets of following description:- material - neodymium iron boron encasing - implant grade titanium/steel without any breaches and pores strength - N52 dimension - 2mm diameter and 1mm depth shape - disk quantity - 100 uses - for therapeutic uses
  • here is the message i received from emagnets.uk RE: Offline Message from ABHISHEK RANJAN: can u provide magnets of following desc... Inbox x Caroline McNelis [email protected] 1:32 PM (10 hours ago) to me Good Morning Abhishek, Many thanks for your enquiry. Unfortunately we do not stock the magnets you require. We…
  • @Pyro4571 hey dude i contacted a number of companies bjmagnetic said that they can plate the magnet with titanium nitride but not with titanium G23 while others have said that its going to be specially manufactured magnet with slightly bigger size here is the link for the company https://www.buymagnets.com/ beside that i…
  • @Cassox if we start getting products approved by FDA then it will be milestone for us biohacking community why dont u contact with other biohackers like steve haworth and sampa von etc collect money by crowfunding and establish a manufacturing plant for biosafe titanium encapsulated magnets for implant get approval from…
  • @Cassox i will check the magnets i will choose a bigger magnet if required thats why i choosed metacarpal bones huge magnets have been implanted inside big bones of amputees in the past as long as it is done under qualified medical professionals there is no problem
  • @Pyro4571 thanks dude once you get the magnet i will buy it from you then i will carry out its biocompatibility test in a local lab which will get through the following procedure 1.microscopic examination of the coating 2.salt water testing 3.implanting them inside animal (Sheep,Pig,Cat or Mouse) atleast for 6 months…
  • @Cassox why dont you upload a photo of those magnets
  • @Pyro4571 which manufacturer did u contact?
  • @Pyro4571 @Beano yes they should be magnetised through the thickness because it gives strongest point on the flat surface which is bigger in area compared to the strongest point on circumference of the magnet
  • @pumpdatbass @Beano @aidoneus if u can get this device then the problem is solved the magnets used in this device are approved by FDA for implant http://consult.mhealth.org/7-24-2015/new-minimally-invasive-treatment-for-gerd
  • @Pyro4571 the magnets which i mentioned above are meant to be implanted in body in contact with body fluids and tissues as a medicine student i can assure you these magnets are 100% biosafe and wont cause any problem in entire lifetime and for the other magnets i asked the manufacturer and they said they can produce…
  • @Pyro4571 @Hunter @Cassox i m an indian residing in nepal and the manufacturer is US based and i am ready to contribute $75 for 10 magnets and one more thing i would like to request is if anyone of u can find this device http://consult.mhealth.org/7-24-2015/new-minimally-invasive-treatment-for-gerd then contact me
  • @Hunter can you get this http://consult.mhealth.org/7-24-2015/new-minimally-invasive-treatment-for-gerd we can use each individual magnet for implant
  • @Cassox @Hunter I am posting a link of a manufacturer which produces titanium coated magnets for implantable devices but it will cost $750 per 100 piece not costly but order has to be in bulk we can collect money from interested people http://www.bjamagnetics.com/magnetic-products/micro-magnets/
  • @Hunter why cant we try getting these magnets they are FDA approved and 100% safe for implant
  • @Hunter yeah i know but i havent seen any of them coated in titanium nitride all of them were coated in titanium G23
  • @Cassox most of the magnets used in implants happen to be coated in titanium i havent seen any magnet coated in TiN and there strength also happen to be excellent and they are designed to work for entire lifetime they magnetise after welding the NdFeB in a titanium case
  • how do these magnets loose their magnetism? has anyone tested after removing them? or they decay in the body because of the failure of the coating
  • @Cassox we can use the maxum implant magnet it is small enough to be anchored on stapes bone of the middle ear 100% biosafe,FDA approved and so far has not caused any problem in any recepient whatsoever help me buying these implants i can provide the necessory anatomical and physiological instructions for implanting the…
  • BirdMachine yes i made this comment several times several implants use titanium encased magnets but the problem is that we have to make the order in bulk and that becomes costly for an individual if we request a company to make implantable titanium magnets for us i would be happy to donate money for this
  • there is one more advantage with Ti3Au that this material itself can be magnetised so being a magnetic material it will also protect the neodymium magnet from loosing its properties
  • this idea is already being used in patient with sensoryneural deafness a tiny titanium coated magnet is anchored to stapes bone in the middle ear and tiny inductor is placed in the canal this implant has a brand name maxum