Danny Bluestein - SUNY Distinguished Professor
Danny Bluestein - SUNY Distinguished Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Stony Brook University
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Fluid mechanics of arterial stenosis: relationship to the development of mural thrombus
D Bluestein, L Niu, RT Schoephoerster, MK Dewanjee
Annals of biomedical engineering 25, 344-356, 1997
Platelet activation due to hemodynamic shear stresses: damage accumulation model and comparison to in vitro measurements
M Nobili, J Sheriff, U Morbiducci, A Redaelli, D Bluestein
ASAIO journal 54 (1), 64-72, 2008
Flow‐induced platelet activation and damage accumulation in a mechanical heart valve: numerical studies
Y Alemu, D Bluestein
Artificial organs 31 (9), 677-688, 2007
Steady flow in an aneurysm model: correlation between fluid dynamics and blood platelet deposition
D Bluestein, L Niu, RT Schoephoerster, MK Dewanjee
Vortex shedding as a mechanism for free emboli formation in mechanical heart valves
D Bluestein, E Rambod, M Gharib
J. Biomech. Eng. 122 (2), 125-134, 2000
Influence of microcalcifications on vulnerable plaque mechanics using FSI modeling
D Bluestein, Y Alemu, I Avrahami, M Gharib, K Dumont, JJ Ricotta, ...
Journal of biomechanics 41 (5), 1111-1118, 2008
High-shear stress sensitizes platelets to subsequent low-shear conditions
J Sheriff, D Bluestein, G Girdhar, J Jesty
Annals of biomedical engineering 38, 1442-1450, 2010
Comparison of the hemodynamic and thrombogenic performance of two bileaflet mechanical heart valves using a CFD/FSI model
K Dumont, J Vierendeels, R Kaminsky, G Van Nooten, P Verdonck, ...
Abdominal aortic aneurysm risk of rupture: patient-specific FSI simulations using anisotropic model
P Rissland, Y Alemu, S Einav, J Ricotta, D Bluestein
Platelet activation in a circulating flow loop: combined effects of shear stress and exposure time
J Jesty, W Yin, P Perrotta, D Bluestein
Platelets 14 (3), 143-149, 2003
Acetylated prothrombin as a substrate in the measurement of the procoagulant activity of platelets: elimination of the feedback activation of platelets by thrombin
J Jesty, D Bluestein
Analytical biochemistry 272 (1), 64-70, 1999
Free emboli formation in the wake of bi-leaflet mechanical heart valves and the effects of implantation techniques
D Bluestein, YM Li, IB Krukenkamp
Journal of biomechanics 35 (12), 1533-1540, 2002
Evaluation of shear-induced platelet activation models under constant and dynamic shear stress loading conditions relevant to devices
J Sheriff, JS Soares, M Xenos, J Jesty, D Bluestein
Annals of biomedical engineering 41, 1279-1296, 2013
Device Thrombogenicity Emulator (DTE)− Design optimization methodology for cardiovascular devices: A study in two bileaflet MHV designs
M Xenos, G Girdhar, Y Alemu, J Jesty, M Slepian, S Einav, D Bluestein
Journal of biomechanics 43 (12), 2400-2409, 2010
Vortex shedding in steady flow through a model of an arterial stenosis and its relevance to mural platelet deposition
D Bluestein, C Gutierrez, M Londono, RT Schoephoerster
Annals of biomedical engineering 27, 763-773, 1999
Flow-induced platelet activation in bileaflet and monoleaflet mechanical heart valves
W Yin, Y Alemu, K Affeld, J Jesty, D Bluestein
Annals of biomedical engineering 32, 1058-1066, 2004
Differences between mainstream and sidestream cigarette smoke extracts and nicotine in the activation of platelets under static and flow conditions
D Rubenstein, J Jesty, D Bluestein
Circulation 109 (1), 78-83, 2004
Patient-based abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture risk prediction with fluid structure interaction modeling
M Xenos, SH Rambhia, Y Alemu, S Einav, N Labropoulos, ...
Annals of biomedical engineering 38, 3323-3337, 2010
Intraluminal thrombus and risk of rupture in patient specific abdominal aortic aneurysm–FSI modelling
D Bluestein, K Dumont, M De Beule, J Ricotta, P Impellizzeri, ...
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 12 (1), 73-81, 2009
Towards non-thrombogenic performance of blood recirculating devices
D Bluestein, KB Chandran, KB Manning
Annals of biomedical engineering 38, 1236-1256, 2010
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