A new understanding of venous biomechanics
AUXETIC STENT PRESERVES INFLOW IN ANIMAL STUDY
Animal study with 3 month survival presented at the 2023 SIR Annual Scientific Meeting demonstrates preserved inflow after placement of auxetic venous stent. This study provides in vivo proof of concept of the ability of an auxetic venous stent to prevent inflow narrowing by counteracting the Poisson effect.
POISSON EFFECT IMPACTS FLOW PARAMETER DIRECTLY LINKED WITH PATIENT OUTCOMES
Computational modeling study demonstrating the impact of the Poisson Effect during venous intervention on shear rate, a flow parameter that has been strongly correlated to venous stent outcomes.
VENOUS BIOMECHANICS OF ANGIOPLASTY AND STENT PLACEMENT: IMPLICATIONS OF THE POISSON EFFECT
Foundational study utilizing in vivo and computational modeling to describe the Poisson effect as the cause of clinically observed adjacent vein narrowing after venous stent placement.
ILIAC VEIN STENT PLACEMENT: ACUTE VENOGRAPHIC CHANGES AND RELEVANCE TO VENOUS BIOMECHANICS
First article describing and quantifying adjacent vein narrowing after placement of a venous stent.