Jahid Ferdous

Jahid Ferdous
University of South Carolina | USC · biomedical engineering program

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Anterior cervical decompression and fusion (ACDF) is a surgical procedure typically utilized in cervical spine disc herniation to alleviate spinal cord compression. There have been several implants used in ACDF surgeries [6,11]. Common implants include standalone cages that insert in the intervertebral space (zero-profile) and cages with an anterio...
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Bioadhesive polymers can serve as surgical sealants with a wide range of potential clinical applications, including augmentation of wound closure and acute induction of hemostasis. Key determinants of sealant efficacy include the strength and duration of tissue-material adhesion, as well as material biocompatibility. Canonical bioadhesive materials...
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Characterization of the mechanical behavior of biological and engineered soft tissues is a central component of fundamental biomedical research and product development. Stress-strain relationships are typically obtained from mechanical testing data to enable comparative assessment among samples and in some cases identification of constitutive mecha...
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Drug-eluting bioresorbable vascular scaffolds (BVSs) have the potential to restore lumen patency, enable recovery of the native vascular environment, and circumvent late complications associated with permanent endovascular devices. To ensure therapeutic effects persist for sufficient times prior to scaffold resorption and resultant functional loss,...
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Spinal cord injury (SCI) can induce prolonged spinal cord compression that may result in a reduction of local tissue perfusion, progressive ischemia, and potentially irreversible tissue necrosis. Due to the combination of risk factors and the varied presentation of symptoms, the appropriate method and time course for clinical intervention following...
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Uniaxial tensile experiments are commonly used to evaluate the mechanical properties of engineered vascular tissues. We consider a typical uniaxial tensile experiment on a ring-shaped specimen and the corresponding theoretical framework within which the experimental data are processed when the sample undergoes a finite deformation. In some cases wh...
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The application of adhesive materials can significantly augment available wound repair techniques and improve healing following surgical interventions. However, soft tissue surface chemistry and mechanical loading conditions significantly vary among potential applications and confound the development of a universal adhesive material with acceptable...
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Fully-erodible endovascular scaffolds are increasingly considered for the treatment of obstructive arterial disease owing to their potential to mitigate long-term risks associated with permanent alternatives. While complete scaffold erosion facilitates vessel healing, generation and release of material degradation by-products from candidate materia...
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Fully bioresorbable vascular scaffolds (BVS) are attractive platforms for the treatment of ischemic artery disease owing to their intrinsic ability to uncage the treated vessel after the initial scaffolding phase, thereby allowing for the physiological conditioning that is essential to cellular function and vessel healing. Although scaffold erosion...
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Atherosclerotic plaque formation due to lipid accumulation in the arterial wall is the major cause of stenotic coronary disease. To restore distal coronary blood supply and overcome restenotic events presented by bare wire stents, drug-eluting stent (DES) implantation is now commonly used to treat stenotic coronary disease. However, while its long-...
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Fully-erodible scaffolds are increasingly considered for endovascular interventions due to the inherent potential for complete vessel healing. As with all erodible implants, the interactions between material by-products and local biological tissues must be understood to ensure safe and efficacious scaffold deployment. Our study is focused on the au...
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Introduction: Erodible polymeric scaffolds can mitigate long-term risks associated with permanent implants currently used to treat ischemic artery disease. However, safe deployment of erodible scaffolds is predicated on understanding the interactions between evolved material by-products and local biological tissues. We developed an integrated compu...
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Atherosclerotic plaque formation in the arterial wall is the major cause of stenotic coronary disease. To restore distal blood supply and overcome restenosis presented by bare-metal stents, drug-eluting stent (DES) implantation is widely used. However, the long-term efficacy of this mode of treatment is not well-established. A detailed study of the...

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