Reduce Cardiovascular Device Failures with Computational Fluid Dynamics

October 24, 2022

Insight gleaned from simulation helps build better products and reduce design cycles. CFD simulations allow for quick prediction of the hemodynamics in devices such as blood pumps, heart valves, stents & infusion devices, ahead of clinical trials, to mitigate the potential for thrombosis/hemolysis.

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