Visualizing Each Patient's Heart Accurately *RERUN
It is impossible even for surgeons to see the inside of the beating heart in detail with the naked eye. Japanese doctors, mechanical engineers and mathematicians cooperated to develop the heart simulator to reproduce each patient's heart. The simulator analyzes the movements of the heart's molecules, numbering 1 billion x 1 billion, to visualize the heart in 3D. It can also predict postoperative conditions. Clinical trials started in 2022 to save the lives of infants who have heart defects.
A researcher who developed the software for the heart simulator
This supercomputer is used to visualize the heart three-dimensionally
This specialist helped to develop the heart simulator
The simulator shows various dynamic movements of the heart