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Patient-Specific Modelling of Blood Coagulation


Blood coagulation represents one of the most studied processes in biomedical modelling. However, clinical applications of this modelling remain limited because of the complexity of this process and because of large inter-patient variation of the concentrations of blood factors, kinetic constants and physiological conditions. Determination of some of these patients-specific parameters is experimentally possible, but it would be related to excessive time and material costs impossible in clinical practice. We propose in this work a methodological approach to patient-specific modelling of blood coagulation. It begins with conventional thrombin generation tests allowing the determination of parameters of a reduced kinetic model. Next, this model is used to study spatial distributions of blood factors and blood coagulation in flow, and to evaluate the results of medical treatment of blood coagulation disorders.
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hal-03386476 , version 1 (19-10-2021)



Nicolas Ratto, Anass Bouchnita, P Chelle, Martine Marion, Mikhail A. Panteleev, et al.. Patient-Specific Modelling of Blood Coagulation. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 2021, 83, pp.1-31. ⟨10.1007/s11538-021-00890-8⟩. ⟨hal-03386476⟩
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