Serves for particle simulation. TOPAS is a program assisting users in modelling a patient geometry based on computed tomography (CT) images, a passive scattering treatment head, or score dose. It supplies detailed graphics and offers a four-dimensional (4D) interface to manage variations in beam delivery and patient geometry during treatment.
Allows users to perform image-based hemodynamics simulation. SimVascular is an open source software which provides a pipeline from model construction to simulation analysis. The software authorizes image processing, segmentation, meshing, as well as an interactive displaying of the results including point cloud visualization and volume rendering. It can be useful for cardiovascular basic science and clinical research and bioengineering education.
Assists users in modelling imaging, dosimetry and treatment. GATE is a Monte Carlo simulation platform that enables numerical simulations of emission tomography (Positron Emission Tomography -PET- and Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography -SPECT-) computed tomography (CT), optical imaging and radiotherapy experiments. The software uses a macro mechanism to configurate simple or complex experimental settings.
Rebuilds 3D models of lesioned arteries and enabled quantitative assessment of stenoses. 3D reconstruction algorithm builds a 3D computational patient-specific model of lesioned vessel, directly from 2D projections acquired while computing invasive coronary X-ray angiography, and is relevant for immediate geometric and quantitative analysis. The 3D model result is appropriate for isogeometric analysis (IGA) of blood flow in the coronary arteries.
Permits the incorporation of high-performance soft tissue simulation capabilities into biomedical application. NiftySim is based on the total Lagrangian explicit dynamics (TLEDs) algorithm. It contains (i) membrane and shell formulations compatible with TLED’s explicit time integration; (ii) specialized contact models and; (iii) a general-purpose mesh-based contact model with a collision response formulation. This tool uses GPU technology for biomechanical simulation research in medical image computing, surgical simulation and surgical guidance applications.
You can access more results by creating a free plan account or unlimited content via a premium account.