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Mechanical guidelines on the properties of human healthy arteries in the design and fabrication of vascular grafts: experimental tests and quasi-linear viscoelastic model.

Mechanical guidelines on the properties of human healthy arteries in the design and fabrication... Knowledge of mechanical behavior of healthy human arteries as the guidelines to target properties of vascular grafts deserves special attention. There is a lack of mathematical model to characterize mechanical behavior of biomaterial while many mathematical models to reflect mechanics of human arteries have been proposed. The objective of this paper was set to measure mechanical properties of healthy human arteries including Common Carotid Artery (CCA), Abdominal Aorta Artery (AAA), Subclavian Artery (SA), Common Iliac Artery (CIA) and Right and Left Iliac Artery (RIA and LIA) and compare them to those of commercial ePTFE and Dacron®. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta of bioengineering and biomechanics Pubmed

Mechanical guidelines on the properties of human healthy arteries in the design and fabrication of vascular grafts: experimental tests and quasi-linear viscoelastic model.

Acta of bioengineering and biomechanics , Volume 21 (3): 9 – Apr 16, 2020

Mechanical guidelines on the properties of human healthy arteries in the design and fabrication of vascular grafts: experimental tests and quasi-linear viscoelastic model.


Abstract

Knowledge of mechanical behavior of healthy human arteries as the guidelines to target properties of vascular grafts deserves special attention. There is a lack of mathematical model to characterize mechanical behavior of biomaterial while many mathematical models to reflect mechanics of human arteries have been proposed. The objective of this paper was set to measure mechanical properties of healthy human arteries including Common Carotid Artery (CCA), Abdominal Aorta Artery (AAA), Subclavian Artery (SA), Common Iliac Artery (CIA) and Right and Left Iliac Artery (RIA and LIA) and compare them to those of commercial ePTFE and Dacron®.

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1509-409X
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31798030

Abstract

Knowledge of mechanical behavior of healthy human arteries as the guidelines to target properties of vascular grafts deserves special attention. There is a lack of mathematical model to characterize mechanical behavior of biomaterial while many mathematical models to reflect mechanics of human arteries have been proposed. The objective of this paper was set to measure mechanical properties of healthy human arteries including Common Carotid Artery (CCA), Abdominal Aorta Artery (AAA), Subclavian Artery (SA), Common Iliac Artery (CIA) and Right and Left Iliac Artery (RIA and LIA) and compare them to those of commercial ePTFE and Dacron®.

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Acta of bioengineering and biomechanicsPubmed

Published: Apr 16, 2020

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