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Computer Prediction Of Friction In Balloon Angioplasty And Stent Implantation

Denis Laroche, Sébastien Delorme, Todd Anderson, Robert DiRaddo
Published 2006 · Engineering, Computer Science
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The success of balloon angioplasty and stent implantation depends on a balance between two conflicting objectives: maximization of artery lumen patency and minimization of mechanical damage. A finite element model for the patient-specific prediction of balloon angioplasty and stent implantation is proposed as a potential tool to assist clinicians. This paper describes the general methodology and the algorithm that computes device/artery interaction during stent deployment. The potential of the model is demonstrated with examples that include artery model reconstruction, device deployment, and prediction of friction on the arterial wall



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