Biophysical and Statistical Modeling for Predicting the Progression and Regression of Cardiac Growth

Derek Bivona
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and affects roughly one third of the adult population. In particular, approximately one million Americans suffer from myocardial infarctions (MI) each year; as a result, they may experience maladaptive cardiac growth and remodeling that leads to heart failure (HF). In fact, around six million Americans currently suffer from HF. Many of these patients also experience electrical conduction delays that cause ventricular dyssynchrony and...
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