Computational Fluid Dynamics Pilot Prediction Model of Vulnerable Plaque in the Femoral Artery | Pioneer

Computational Fluid Dynamics Pilot Prediction Model of Vulnerable Plaque in the Femoral Artery

About the Scholar: Yixuan Zhao grew up in China and attended Shenzhen College of International Education in Shenzhen, China

The Research:

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a widespread disease that is commonly signaled by a buildup of plaque in the femoral artery. This plaque can cause ruptures that lead to strokes and even death. Although plaque in other arteries has been studied extensively, little attention has been paid to the femoral artery. Pioneer scholar Yixuan used the diagnostic possibilities of computational fluid dynamics to design a prototype of a non-invasive predictive system that would be easy for doctors and patients to understand, and could lead to the development of personalized treatments to address the disease in its early stages.

ClientThe Car Rental Co
SkillsPhotography / Media Production
WebsiteGoodlayers.com

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