Biomechanical properties of human subclavian and iliac arteries subjected to extension, inflation and torsion

Sommer, G. (Speaker)

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Description

Peripheral vascular trauma due to injuries of limbs are life-threatening, and their treatment requires rapid diagnosis and highly-qualified surgical procedures [1]. Experienced surgeons have recognized that subclavian arteries, affected due to injuries of the upper limbs, are more sensitive to these procedures than common iliac arteries, which are affected due to injures of the lower limbs. We investigated
these two artery types to determine whether the higher sensitivity of the subclavian arteries can also be identified in biomechanical experiments.
Period2 Jul 2018 - 6 Jul 2018
Held at10th European Solid Mechanics Conference
Event typeConference
Conference number10
LocationBologna, Italy
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • Extension-inflation-torsion behavior
  • residual stress
  • collagenous microstructure