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ASU engineer David Frakes examines a 3D print of an optimized, patient-specific artificial heart that was virtually implanted into a pediatric patient. Frakes has been working with technology developed by the Tucson-based company SynCardia Systems Inc., which has developed the Total Artificial Heart for adult patients with end-stage biventricular heart failure who are waiting for a permanent heart transplant.

Read: Engineers Help Make Advances in Virtual Artificial Heart Implantation


ASU engineer David Frakes and biomedical engineering doctoral student Justin Ryan discuss a 3D heart reconstruction, designed using software developed by Materialise.

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