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ANSYS in ACTION: Designing Hip Stems with ASTM Standard F2996

As the number of total hip replacement surgeries has exploded over the past few decades, regulatory agencies have expressed concerns over the difficulty of comparing different finite element analysis (FEA) methods used by medical device companies to evaluate the safety of implant designs. In response, ASTM International released the F2996 standard, which provides a consistent method for analyzing hip stems used in replacement surgery. ANSYS has developed a free app that guides engineers through the process of analyzing hip implants in accordance with this standard. Attend this 20-minute session to learn how the new ANSYS app reduces the time required for hip implant simulation while ensuring that engineers correctly apply the new standard.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: March 3, 2017
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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ANSYS in ACTION: Fluid Flow from Blood Vessels Scans - Webinar

Information about blood pressure and flow through blood vessels is valuable to doctors working to improve patient health, and to medical device manufacturers looking to improve their product designs. Simulation is one way to gain deep insight about hemodynamic effects. However, a simulation must be performed for each individual patient to be truly effective. Blood vessels are tortuous and irregularly shaped, making them nearly impossible to draw using CAD methods. As a result, medical scanning techniques the result in STL files are the usual source of simulation geometry.<br><br>

Join us for a 20-minute webinar to see how simulation software makes it easy to go from raw STL geometry to blood flow analysis using ANSYS solutions.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: February 10, 2017
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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Reducing the Risk of Concussion Through Personalized Helmet Design - Webinar

Concussions and other head injuries are significant issues in modern sports involving head impact. The long-term viability of these sports is being called into question because of the severity of the brain injuries that affect players long after their careers have ended. A highly realistic 3-D head model has been developed by Simpleware Ltd. from MRI data using novel segmentation and image-based meshing techniques. ANSYS Mechanical simulations are being used with this head model to evaluate and optimize the performance of next-generation protective head gear.

Attend this webinar to investigate the potential of image-based 3-D modeling from scan data (such as CT and MRI) for better understanding of damage to the brain and the performance of protective headgear. By analyzing the shockwaves generated in the model of the head and a football helmet using ANSYS Mechanical, engineers are learning how to optimize helmet designs, including the materials used to manufacture them, so they can absorb more of the shock that would normally reach the brain and reduce sudden stress amplification from shock reflection.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: October 31, 2016
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Sport and Leisure


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New Orthopedic Shoulder Implants: Optimized Through Patient Specific Multiphysics Modeling - Webinar

For more than 20 years, the orthopedic sector has widely adopted engineering simulation and finite element analysis to accelerate the development of new implants. Today, most hip prostheses, knee joints and spinal implants are optimized through computer modeling. During the last few years leading orthopedic companies have developed an in silico testing approach, which enables them to test new prototypes on a relatively large population of virtual patients.

Learn how ANSYS simulation solutions can give you a more detailed understanding of all articulations including the shoulder, elbow, wrist and ankle. For patient-specific implants to become standard, including synovial fluid and electromagnetic interaction modeling are the obvious next steps. Learn about a workflow that takes you from patient to simulation, while including fluid–structure interaction behavior in your shoulder model.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: October 21, 2016
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Orthopedics


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How the InSilicoTrials.com Platform Can Help Define Good Simulation Practices - Webinar

Recent reports by the EU Council and U.S. Congress encourage a number of innovative approaches to streamline the regulatory approval process for approving medical devices, including the large-scale adoption of computer-based models. The extensive use of simulation in clinical research will lead to the definition of Good Simulation Practice (GSP) standard guidelines for computer modeling and testing as Good Clinical Practices (GCP) are used in traditional clinical trials. Attend this webinar to learn how the web-based platform, InSilicoTrials.com, will provide healthcare companies with an easy-to-use tool to perform computational testing on their devices during the development and validation process.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: September 26, 2016
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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How Simulation is Assisting with the Adoption of Internet of Things through the Development of Smart Medical Implants - Webinar

This webinar discuss the growing importance of connectivity and the necessity of using computer-based modeling to enable this critical technology. Cambridge Consultants will also present a case study that highlights the use of computer modeling to quantify the impact of different body morphologies on implant radio performance. An understanding of these coupled with use case and end user morphology will define if the radio performance is incredibly successful or marginally adequate.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date: August 10, 2016
Product Name: ANSYS HFSS
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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Leveraging Engineering Simulation in the Development of Vaccine Delivery Devices - Webinar

Intranasal delivery can provide better protection than traditional injected vaccines for diseases such as influenza due to mucosal and cross-protection. But current intranasal delivery technology uses expensive and difficult-to-manufacture vaccines inefficiently. Creare has recently developed two novel vaccine delivery devices: a dry powder inhaler (DPI), which effectively delivers the vaccine dose to targeted regions of the nasal tract; and an ultra-compact InVaxTM intranasal nebulizer for liquid vaccines, which is an optimal platform for large-scale influenza vaccination.

Learn how Creare used ANSYS Fluent for aerodynamic design and nasal deposition modeling in support of the DPI device development. Discover how analyses performed with ANSYS Mechanical were used to design the piezoelectric actuator, a key component in the aerosol generation process for the InVax device.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: June 16, 2016
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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How to Evaluate and Improve the Performance of ANSYS Mechanical - Webinar

This webinar will help you as Mechanical user understand how you can best evaluate the performance of your simulation and - if necessary - how to improve it. More in particular, this webinar will help you understand whether your simulation is I/O bound or compute bound. And, for each of them, the webinar will provide very practical guidelines on hardware aspects (like processors, memory, disks, and interconnects), and software or modelling aspects.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: May 24, 2016
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Industry: Automotive, Consumer Products, High Tech, Healthcare - BioMed, Construction, Aerospace and Defense, Industrial Equipment, Energy, Materials and Chemical Processing


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How Engineering Simulation can Facilitate the Addition of Internet of Things to Medical Devices - Webinar

Healthcare providers are demanding technologies that reduce overall costs for the prevention or management of chronic illnesses. This category includes technologies that use devices that constantly monitor health indicators; devices that auto-administer therapies; or devices that track in real-time when a patient self-administers a therapy. Engineering simulation solutions from ANSYS are making medicine participatory, personalized, predictive and preventive (P4 medicine) via the medical Internet of Things (IoT).

Learn how medical device engineers are designing IoT devices with increasing requirements for thermal and power management, ruggedness, miniaturization, number of sensors, wireless capabilities, MR compliance, etc. Discover how ANSYS simulation solutions have the potential to increase both the effectiveness and affordability of healthcare by expanding the medical IoT.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: May 16, 2016
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Medical and Hospital Supplies


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10 Compelling Reasons to Upgrade to ANSYS 17.0 for Healthcare Applications - Webinar

In silico medicine enables doctors to customize a treatment based on simulations run on models of the patient’s own anatomical geometry, which can be obtained from various scanning methods. Such patient-specific treatments understandably achieve better clinical results. ANSYS 17.0, with hundreds of enhancements across all physics, could be a significant catalyst in the discovery of many more devices and applications in this expanding medical sector. Attend this webinar to learn how advances in ANSYS 17.0 could boost medical innovation by a factor of ten (10x) by accelerating computation time, increasing adoption of simulation by non-expert users, and multiplying the reliability and safety of new medical devices. Discover 10 reasons why enhancements to ANSYS fluid, mechanical, electronic and systems simulation software can benefit all healthcare sectors — cardiovascular, orthopedic, pharmaceutical, hospital and medical supplies, diagnosis — through increased use of in silico medicine.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: April 19, 2016
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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