Computational Models for Hemodynamics
Hemodynamics means fluid dynamics of the blood. Here, mathematical foundation and numerical approximation of the cardiocirculatory system, with emphasis on hemodynamics, are addressed.
Cardiovascular diseases represent the major cause of death in Western countries, leading to more than 17.3 million deaths per year worldwide (about half of all deaths in Europe).
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