An in silico biomechanical analysis of the stent-esophagus interaction.

@article{Peirlinck2018AnIS,
  title={An in silico biomechanical analysis of the stent-esophagus interaction.},
  author={Mathias Peirlinck and Nic Debusschere and Francesco Iannaccone and Peter D. Siersema and Benedict Verhegghe and Patrick Segers and Matthieu De Beule},
  journal={Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          111-131
        }
}
Despite all technological innovations in esophageal stent design over the past 20 years, the association between the stent design's mechanical behavior and its effect on the clinical outcome has not yet been thoroughly explored. A parametric numerical model of a commercially available esophageal bioresorbable polymeric braided wire stent is set up, accounting for stent design aspects such as braiding angle, strut material, wire thickness, degradation and friction between the wires comprising a… CONTINUE READING
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