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Drug-induced Arrhythmia of a Human Heart in the Cloud – Case Study Now Available

Quindine1The Living Heart Project is uniting leading cardiovascular researchers, educators, medical device developers, regulatory agencies, and practicing cardiologists around the world on a shared mission to develop and validate highly accurate personalized digital human heart models. These models will establish a unified foundation for cardiovascular in silico medicine and serve as a common technology base for education and training, medical device design, testing, clinical diagnosis and regulatory science. This cloud experiment #197 has been collaboratively performed by Stanford University, SIMULIA, Advania, UberCloud, and sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel. It is based on the development of a Living Heart Model that encompasses advanced electrophysiological modelling. The goal is to create a biventricular finite element model to study drug-induced arrhythmias of a human heart. You can download the final case study HERE.

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