5th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering in by Vo Van Toi, Tran Ha Lien Phuong

By Vo Van Toi, Tran Ha Lien Phuong

This quantity offers the complaints of the 5th foreign convention at the improvement of Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam which used to be held from June 16-18, 2014 in Ho Chi Minh urban. the quantity displays the growth of Biomedical Engineering and discusses difficulties and options. I goals opting for new demanding situations, and shaping destiny instructions for learn in biomedical engineering fields together with scientific instrumentation, bioinformatics, biomechanics, clinical imaging, drug supply remedy, regenerative drugs and entrepreneurship in clinical devices.

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Fig. 2 Simulation of the dynamics of a red blood cell in an industrial cytometer. Sequence of shapes of one red blood cell (from bottom to top) superimposed over the carrying fluid magnitude. The aperture diameter is 50 micrometers and the main flow Reynolds number around 300. Fig. 1 Flow during diastole in the simulation of the left heart flow [20]. The simulation includes part of the pulmonary veins (PV), the left atrium (LA), left venticle (LV) and the aortic root (AO). Aortic (AV) and mitral (MV) valves are also represented.

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YALES2BIO: A Computational Fluid Dynamics Software Dedicated to the Prediction of Blood Flows in Biomedical Devices From a patient medical exam, Chnafa et al. [20] reconstructed the geometry and the deformations of a left heart, from the pulmonary veins to the aortic root. Imposing the endocardium and the valves movements as in the medical exam, the computation solves the flow equations and provides a characterization of the flow in the patient-specific left heart. Fig. 1 shows the flow field in the simulation at two salient instants in the simulation, both during diastole.

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