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Development of a Clamping Device for Tensile Testing of Intracranial Flow Diverter Stents

Published Online: 28 Oct 2021
Volume & Issue: Volume 4 (2021) - Issue 2 (October 2021)
Page range: 83 - 86
Journal Details
License
Format
Journal
eISSN
2601-8799
First Published
30 Jan 2019
Publication timeframe
2 times per year
Languages
English
Abstract

The main danger of a brain aneurysm (a sack-like bulge on the vessel wall) is that in the event of a rupture a severe hemorrhage can occur which may cause death. However, if doctors have tools at their disposal, such as numerical models and simulations for analyzing patient-specific blood vessels, they could use them to decide if a particular treatment is necessary and if so, when. For such models, the different mechanical characteristics of the flow control devices are the input data. Several of these mechanical properties of the devices, such as modulus of elasticity and tensile strength, are determined by tensile testing. In the course of our research, we have developed a clamping device suitable for uniaxial tensile testing of flow diverter stents.

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