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On The Effects Of Different Strategies In Modelling Balloon-expandable Stenting By Means Of Finite Element Method.

Francesca Gervaso, Claudio Capelli, Lorenza Petrini, Simone Lattanzio, Luca Di Virgilio, Francesco Migliavacca
Published 2008 · Engineering, Medicine
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In recent years, computational structural analyses have emerged as important tools to investigate the mechanical response of stent placement into arterial walls. Although most coronary stents are expanded by inflating a polymeric balloon, realistic computational balloon models have been introduced only recently. In the present study, the finite element method is applied to simulate three different approaches to evaluate stent-free expansion and stent expansion inside an artery. Three different stent expansion modelling techniques were analysed by: (i) imposing a uniform pressure on the stent internal surface, (ii) a rigid cylindrical surface expanded with displacement control and (iii) modelling a polymeric deformable balloon. The computational results showed differences in the free and confined-stent expansions due to different expansion techniques. The modelling technique of the balloon seems essential to estimate the level of injury caused on arterial walls during stent expansion.
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