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“…In conventional CABG surgery, a single graft was employed to connect with the host artery [36][37][38][39]; we have named this configuration the "1-way bypass graft" (Figure 1a). Because of the intrinsic asymmetric geometric characteristics of the 1-way bypass graft, it will inevitably create disturbed flow at the anastomosis.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In conventional CABG surgery, a single graft was employed to connect with the host artery [36][37][38][39]; we have named this configuration the "1-way bypass graft" (Figure 1a). Because of the intrinsic asymmetric geometric characteristics of the 1-way bypass graft, it will inevitably create disturbed flow at the anastomosis.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When the flow rate is low, the TAWSS downstream of the toe may be <0.5 Pa. This phenomenon has been established for the ETS model; the second flow component and the size of the recirculation zone depend on the inlet angle 23, 24 and the flow velocity. Our data suggest that ETS anastomoses are preferable because deSTS anastomoses are associated with low-WSS and high-OSI areas at the sidewall of the graft and its distal end.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…The impact of anastomosis geometry was studied experimentally using ex vivo chicken vessel models, and computationally using CFD. CFD has previously been used as an alternative to in vivo and/or ex vivo flow measurements to quantify the effects of different anastomosis designs on flow (Hughes & How 1996;Migliavacca et al 2003;Frauenfelder et al 2007;Kabinejadian et al 2010;Qian et al 2010;Yang et al 2010). The experimental results showed greater flow through the Hybrid anastomosis compared to the Figure 8 anastomosis.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%