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Towards cost-efficient RPM technology for patient specific PIV models

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In this feasibility study the RepRap - an open source low cost self-replicating 3D printer - is investigated for the creation of compliant patient specific PIVcompatible in vitro models. First promising results are obtained for a lower airway up to the third bifurcation.

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Leman, Batist, Mathias Vermeulen, Tom Claessens, and Peter Van Ransbeeck. 2009. “Towards Cost-efficient RPM Technology for Patient Specific PIV Models.” In Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 8th, Abstracts.
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Leman, B., Vermeulen, M., Claessens, T., & Van Ransbeeck, P. (2009). Towards cost-efficient RPM technology for patient specific PIV models. Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 8th, Abstracts. Presented at the 8th Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering.
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Leman B, Vermeulen M, Claessens T, Van Ransbeeck P. Towards cost-efficient RPM technology for patient specific PIV models. Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 8th, Abstracts. 2009.
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Leman, Batist, Mathias Vermeulen, Tom Claessens, et al. “Towards Cost-efficient RPM Technology for Patient Specific PIV Models.” Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 8th, Abstracts. 2009. Print.
@inproceedings{1258596,
  abstract     = {In this feasibility study the RepRap - an open source low cost self-replicating 3D printer - is investigated for the creation of compliant patient specific PIVcompatible in vitro models. First promising results are obtained for a lower airway up to the third bifurcation.},
  author       = {Leman, Batist and Vermeulen, Mathias and Claessens, Tom and Van Ransbeeck, Peter},
  booktitle    = {Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 8th, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Brussels, Belgium},
  title        = {Towards cost-efficient RPM technology for patient specific PIV models},
  year         = {2009},
}