In vivo validation of a one-dimensional finite-element method for predicting blood flow in cardiovascular bypass grafts

@article{Steele2003InVV,
  title={In vivo validation of a one-dimensional finite-element method for predicting blood flow in cardiovascular bypass grafts},
  author={Brooke N. Steele and Jing Wan and Joy P. Ku and Thomas J. R. Hughes and Charles A. Taylor},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2003},
  volume={50},
  pages={649-656}
}
Current practice in vascular surgery utilizes only diagnostic and empirical data to plan treatments and does not enable quantitative a priori prediction of the outcomes of interventions. We have previously described a new approach to vascular surgery planning based on solving the governing equations of blood flow in patient-specific models. A one-dimensional finite-element method was used to simulate blood flow in eight porcine thoraco-thoraco aortic bypass models. The predicted flow rate was… CONTINUE READING

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