Simulation reduces surgery duration and patient risk in treating infants with skull disorders.
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Hearing aid directional filters are normally designed to provide optimal performance on an average head. However, directional performance actually depends on the individual’s head and torso shape. Oticon uses multiphysics to advance the personalization of hearing aid performance.
Article describing how the clinicians and surgeon from the hospital of Rennes (France) are using simulation during surgery planning to treat abdominal aortic aneurysm.
ANSYS simulation helps to determine the hip implant position that will provide the best integration with bone.
To provide effective treatment for brain aneurysms, a pioneering healthcare company has developed a digital twin to help physicians place implant devices during surgery. Incorporating ANSYS structural mechanics solutions, the surgeon can simulate the deployment of the implant and determine its optimal sizing and positioning to decrease the risk of failure and reduce operating times.
When people are missing multiple teeth and large sections of their oral bone structure, they are not good candidates for standard dental implants. The standard treatment for this condition is bone grafting, which requires multiple staged surgeries that usually take a year or more to complete. With the help of ANSYS Mechanical, OMX Solutions uses additive manufacturing to produce implants that fit the jaw and match facial contours and require only a single surgery. Those affected can have their appearance properly restored and can eat immediately after surgery.
Simulations help to design a new low-enriched nuclear fuel for materials testing, isotope production and neutron radiography for research that reduces proliferation threat.