On Reducing Abnormal Hemodynamics in the Femoral End-to-Side Anastomosis: The Influence of Mechanical Factors

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This study was concerned with investigating the influence of mechanical factors on the hemodynamics of the end-to-side anastomosis in an attempt to identify critical factors and establish if it is possible to re-engineer existing, patient-specific, by-pass grafts with a view to increasing their patency. The study chose the femoral artery as the principal… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10439-005-1733-y

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@article{Brien2005OnRA, title={On Reducing Abnormal Hemodynamics in the Femoral End-to-Side Anastomosis: The Influence of Mechanical Factors}, author={Thomas G. O ' Brien and Michael Walsh and Tim McGloughlin}, journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering}, year={2005}, volume={33}, pages={310-322} }