His study in the field of Anatomy also crosses realms of Biomedical engineering. He applies the principles of Muscle tissue, Dermis, Strain (injury) and Skeletal muscle in his work under Anatomy. His study deals with a combination of Biomedical engineering and Mechanical engineering. His Mechanical engineering study frequently links to other fields, such as Suction. He is involved in relevant fields of research such as Deformation (meteorology), Compression (physics), Shear (geology) and Viscoelasticity in the field of Composite material. Deformation (meteorology) is closely attributed to Composite material in his research. He is doing genetic studies as part of his Cell injury and Programmed cell death and Apoptosis investigations. Cwj Cees Oomens applies the principles of Animal model and Ischemia in his work under Internal medicine. Finite element method is frequently linked to Constitutive equation in his study.
Composite material is intertwined with Compression (physics) and Deformation (meteorology) in his research. His research on Deformation (meteorology) frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Composite material. In the field of Biochemistry he connects related research areas like In vitro and Apoptosis. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Biomedical engineering and Tissue engineering. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Tissue engineering and Biomedical engineering. His research on Anatomy often connects related areas such as Skeletal muscle. His study brings together the fields of Anatomy and Skeletal muscle. His Structural engineering study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Finite element method. His Finite element method study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Structural engineering.
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The etiology of pressure ulcers: Skin deep or muscle bound?
Cvc Carlijn Bouten;Cwj Cees Oomens;Fpt Frank Baaijens;DL Dan Bader.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2003)
A numerical-experimental method to characterize the non-linear mechanical behaviour of human skin
FM Falke Hendriks;D Dirk Brokken;van Jtwm Eemeren;Cwj Cees Oomens.
Skin Research and Technology (2003)
The relative contributions of different skin layers to the mechanical behavior of human skin in vivo using suction experiments
FM Falke Hendriks;D Dirk Brokken;Cwj Cees Oomens;DL Dan Bader;DL Dan Bader.
Medical Engineering & Physics (2006)
Determination of the elasto-plastic properties of aluminium using a mixed numerical–experimental method
Mhh Marcel Meuwissen;Cwj Cees Oomens;Fpt Frank Baaijens;R Rob Petterson.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (1998)
A mixture approach to the mechanics of skin
Cwj Cees Oomens;van Dh Dick Campen;HJ Grootenboer.
Journal of Biomechanics (1987)
The Wrinkling of Thin Membranes: Part I—Theory
DG Roddeman;J Jan Drukker;Cwj Cees Oomens;JD Jan Janssen.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1987)
Can Loaded Interface Characteristics Influence Strain Distributions in Muscle Adjacent to Bony Prominences
Cwj Cees Oomens;Ofjt Bressers;Emh Mariëlle Bosboom;Cvc Carlijn Bouten.
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering (2003)
Passive transverse mechanical properties of skeletal muscle under in-vivo compression
Emh Mariëlle Bosboom;Mkc Matthijs Hesselink;Cwj Cees Oomens;Cvc Carlijn Bouten.
Journal of Biomechanics (2001)
Strain-time cell-death threshold for skeletal muscle in a tissue-engineered model system for deep tissue injury.
A Amit Gefen;BJ Bastiaan van Nierop;DL Dan Bader;DL Dan Bader;Cwj Cees Oomens.
Journal of Biomechanics (2008)
The Relative Contributions of Compression and Hypoxia to Development of Muscle Tissue Damage: An In Vitro Study
Debby D Gawlitta;W Li;Cwj Cees Oomens;Fpt Frank Baaijens.
Annals of Biomedical Engineering (2007)
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