Endothelialized Prosthetic Supports and Cellular Biomechanics: A Test Bench for Evaluation of Cell Tearing
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 193)
Synthetic vascular substitutes are now successfully used in replacing large vessels.
KeywordsShear Wall Stress Test Bench Plane Flow Vascular Prosthesis Physiological Flow
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