Research minimizing governing parameters needed for FFR clinical accuracy published in Frontiers in Medical Technology

Our latest manuscript on cardiovascular hemodynamics just came out in Frontiers of Medical Technology. The work entitled 'Analysis identifying minimal gonverning parameters for clinically accurate in silico fractional flow reserve' was led by graduate student Cyrus Tanade in collaboration with Drs. James Chen and Jane Leopold. The team investigated methods for deriving optimized, low-cost models of coronary flow and aimed to reduce the barrier for clinical translation by streamlining the clinical measurement process.