Computational fluid dynamics applied to virtually deployed drug-eluting coronary bioresorbable scaffolds: Clinical translations derived from a proof-of-concept

@inproceedings{Gogas2014ComputationalFD,
  title={Computational fluid dynamics applied to virtually deployed drug-eluting coronary bioresorbable scaffolds: Clinical translations derived from a proof-of-concept},
  author={Bill D. Gogas and Boyi Yang and Tiziano Passerini and Alessandro Veneziani and Marina Piccinelli and Gaetano Fausto Esposito and Emad Rasoul-Arzrumly and Mosaab Awad and Girum E Mekonnen and Olivia Y. Hung and Beth A. Holloway and Michael R Mcdaniel and Don P. Giddens and Spencer Bidwell King and Habib Samady},
  booktitle={Global cardiology science & practice},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Three-dimensional design simulations of coronary metallic stents utilizing mathematical and computational algorithms have emerged as important tools for understanding biomechanical stent properties, predicting the interaction of the implanted platform with the adjacent tissue, and informing stent design enhancements. Herein, we demonstrate the hemodynamic implications following virtual implantation of bioresorbable scaffolds using finite element methods and advanced computational… CONTINUE READING
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