Akram Idrissi

Akram Idrissi
RWTH Aachen University · Helmholtz Institute of Biomedical Engineering

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The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most commonly injured intra-articular ligament of the knee. Due to its limited intrinsical healing potential and vascularization, injuries of the ACL do not heal satisfactorily, and surgical intervention is usually required. The limitations of existing reconstructive grafts and autologous transplants have...
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Much of our currslent understanding of the performance of self-expanding wire-braided stents is based on mechanical testing of Nitinol-based or polymeric non-bioresorbable (e.g. PET, PP etc.) devices. The small amount of data present for bioresorbable devices characterizes stents with big nominal diameters (D>6mm), with a distinct lack of data desc...
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The heart rate is known to be an independent risk factor for higher overall mortality. Accordingly, there is a certain need for efficient heart rate modulation, by means of pharmacological approaches as well as by electrical neuromodulation via the autonomous nervous system. As pharmacological approaches do not provide any dynamic adjustment of hea...
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The electrical neuromodulation of the autonomous nervous system is a relatively new field of research with targets such as relief of pain by spinal cord stimulation or deep brain stimulation for Parkinsons disease. Regarding the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, one idea is to electrically stimulate e.g. the sympathetic nervous system, which c...

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