3D / 4D numerical simulation, allows to analyse the behaviour of a medical device in an organ in order to study its performance and its impact on blood flow, and thus understand the risks of implantation.
Numerical simulation combined with fluid dynamics, in this case blood flow, provides a useful and efficient vision of the functioning of vital organs. This method, combined with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), allows us to perform a simulation of the functioning and behaviour of an implantable medical device called CFD: Computational Fluid Dynamic.
Image processing uses artificial intelligence processes to segment desired parts of the anatomy in order to detect abnormalities and the formation or development of medical problems as early as possible.
Mathematical modelling assists in the development of new reliable, adapted, and functional mathematical models to improve the understanding of biomedical engineering issues and model complex dynamic phenomena.