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  • Sanford Health vascular surgeon Pat Kelly developed a stent graft that can be deployed from the top on down to help patient with thoracoabdominal aneurysms. Using fluid flow modeling, South Dakota State University mechanical engineering associate professor Stephen Gent confirmed that the cascading design improved blood flow behavior.
    Courtesy of Sanford Health
    Sanford Health vascular surgeon Pat Kelly developed a stent graft that can be deployed from the top on down to help patient with thoracoabdominal aneurysms. Using fluid flow modeling, South Dakota State University mechanical engineering associate professor Stephen Gent confirmed that the cascading design improved blood flow behavior.
  • Associate professor Stephen Gent of the South Dakota State University Mechanical Engineering Department
    Associate professor Stephen Gent of the South Dakota State University Mechanical Engineering Department
  • In this vector velocity model, brighter colors indicate blood flow acceleration as it passes through a bifurcation. CFD modeling provides insight on blood flow through and near the walls of the stent graft.
    In this vector velocity model, brighter colors indicate blood flow acceleration as it passes through a bifurcation. CFD modeling provides insight on blood flow through and near the walls of the stent graft.
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