APPLY THE POWER OF REALISTIC SIMULATION TO HUMAN MODELING, WE CAN REVOLUTIONIZE PATIENT CARE.
The SIMULIA Living Heart Human Model is a high-fidelity multiphysics model of a healthy, 4-chamber adult human heart and proximal vasculature. The dynamic response of the Living Heart is governed by realistic electrical, structural, and fluid (blood) flow physics. With this model, medical professionals, researchers, and device manufacturers will be able to rapidly conduct virtual experiments in a highly realistic 3D environment. The Living Heart can readily be used to study cardiac defects or diseased states and explore treatment options by modifying its geometry, loading, or electromechanical properties. In addition, medical devices can be inserted into the model to study their influence on cardiac function, validate their efficacy, and predict their reliability under a wide range of operating conditions.
Medical Device Development; Pharmaceutical Toxicity and Efficacy; Clinical Research; Non-clinical Research; Clinical decision support; in-silico clinical trials; Clinical Training; Patient Education
Solve unreducible model; Multiscale model; Strongly coupled multiphyisics model
- Living Heart Project
- Living Heart Human Model
- Dassault Systèmes Solutions for Life Sciences
- SIMULIA Realistic Simulation software suite
- NAFEMS Benchmark Magazine
- Stanford University and Uber Cloud Achieve Breakthrough in Living Heart Simulations
- A Model Heart
- The Living Heart Project: A Robust and Integrative Simulator for Human Heart Function
- Human Cardiac Function Simulator for the Optimal Design of a Novel Annuloplasty Ring with a Sub-valvular Element for Correction of Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation
- Electro-Mechanical Modeling of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Deployment in the Simulia Living Heart Human Model
- Predicting the cardiac toxicity of drugs using a novel multiscale exposure-response simulator
- Personalised computational cardiology: Patient-specific modelling in cardiac mechanics and biomaterial injection therapies for myocardial infarction