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Intraocular Pressure: Goldmann Tonometry, Computational Model, and Calibration Equation
Purpose:There exists a concern about the general accuracy of intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements using tonometry, and especially Goldmann applanation tonometer (GAT) because it considers theExpand
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Modeling and high performance simulation of electrophoretic techniques in microfluidic chips
Electrophoretic separations comprise a group of analytical techniques such as capillary zone electrophoresis, isoelectric focusing, isotachophoresis, and free flow electrophoresis. These techniquesExpand
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Comparison of Placido-based, rasterstereography, and slit-scan corneal topography systems.
PURPOSE Elevation-based topography systems have received growing recognition. We compared a Placido-based (EyeSys), a rasterstereography (PAR), and a slit-scan system (Orbscan) for human subjects. Expand
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High performance simulations of electrokinetic flow and transport in microfluidic chips
This article discusses high performance numerical simulations of electrokinetic flow and transport phenomena in microfluidic chips in the framework of continuum mechanics. Expand
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Stress in Human Pelvis throughout the Gait Cycle: Development, Evaluation and Sensitivity Studies of a Finite Element Model
Stress fractures are one of the most common and potentially serious injuries. About 30% of people with a hip fracture will die in the following year, and many more will experience significantExpand
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Characterisation and simulation of an active microvalve for glaucoma
Glaucoma drainage device (GDD) has the potential to eliminate hypotony but still suffers from poor flow control and fibrosis. The ideal shunt should change its hydraulic resistance to achieve theExpand
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Assessment of thermal effects in a model of the human head implanted with a wireless active microvalve for the treatment of glaucoma creating a filtering bleb.
A 3D anatomical computational model is developed to assess thermal effects due to exposure to the electromagnetic field required to power a new investigational active implantable microvalve for theExpand
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Biomechanics of Additive Surgery: Intracorneal Rings
The aim of supervision relies on a thorough understanding of corneal biomechanics in order to predict refractive surgery outcome. Expand
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iMvalv Implantation: exploratory study in rabbits.
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