Anastasia Nasopoulou

Anastasia Nasopoulou
King's College London | KCL · Department of Biomedical Engineering

PhD

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Passive material parameter estimation can facilitate the in vivo assessment of myocardial stiffness, an important biomarker for heart failure stratification and screening. Parameter estimation strategies employing biomechanical models of various degrees of complexity have been proposed, usually involving a significant number of cardiac mechanics si...
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Myocardial stiffness is a useful diagnostic and prognostic biomarker, but only accessible through indirect surrogates. Computational 3D cardiac models, through the process of personalization, can estimate the material parameters of the ventricles, allowing the estimation of stiffness and potentially improving clinical decisions. The availability of...
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Myocardial stiffness is a valuable clinical biomarker for the monitoring and stratification of heart failure (HF). Cardiac finite element models provide a biomechanical framework for the assessment of stiffness through the determination of the myocardial constitutive model parameters. The reported parameter intercorrelations in popular constitutive...
Conference Paper
Myocardial stiffness is a clinical biomarker used to diagnose and stratify diseases such as heart failure. This biomechanical property can be inferred from the personalisation of computational cardiac models to clinical measures. Nevertheless, previous attempts have been unable to determine a unique set of material constitutive parameters. In this...

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