Journal of Complexity in Health Sciences

publishes investigations and evaluations of the complexity of living organisms and their systems

Journal of Complexity in Health Sciences (CHS) ISSN (Print) 2538-7995, ISSN (Online) 2538-8002 publishes articles describing investigations and evaluations of the complexity of living organisms and their systems. Holistic relationships and synchronization of internal systems (and groups of subsystems) of the organism. The complexity of interrelationships between internal systems of the organism during physical activity and recovery processes. Investigation of the effect of different pathological processes and illnesses to the self-organization of living organisms. The complexity of societal health and wellness. The development of novel technological, mathematical and computational techniques for the assessment of the complexity in general and the holistic interrelationships of different subsystems in a living organism(s) in particular. Established in 2017 and published 2 times a year (semiannual).

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Issue 1
June 30th
Issue 2
December 31st
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Prof. Alfonsas Vainoras

Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Editor in Chief

Vaiva Šiaučiūnaitė

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Assistant Editor

Editorial Board
Natalia Balague Barcelona University, INEFC, Spain
Jincai Chang Jincai Chang North China University of Science and Technology, China
Kamyar Hedayat Kamyar Hedayat Endobiogeny Medical Center, USA
Robert Hristovski Cyril and Myphodius University, Macedonia
Gediminas Jaruševičius Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Jian Ma Beihang University, China
Rollin McCraty Rollin McCraty HeartMath Institute, USA
Ali Merdji Mascara University, Algeria
Zenonas Navickas Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
J. Poderys Lithuanian Sports University, Lithuania
Minvydas Ragulskis Minvydas Ragulskis Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Wolfgang Scholnhorn Wolfgang Scholnhorn Johanes Gutenberg University, Germany
A. Slapšinskaitė Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Mindaugas Štelemėkas Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Joachim Peter Sturmberg Joachim Peter Sturmberg University of Newcastle, Australia
C. Torrens Leida University, Spain
P. Vazquez Justes Barcelona University, INEFC, Spain
Vidmantas Zaveckas Lithuania University of Health Sciences, Lithuania

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High quality mesh is the basis of bone mechanics research and the precondition to ensure the accuracy of FEA (Finite Element Analysis) calculation. In order to obtain high accuracy and low distortion mesh of bone, the CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) meshing method is applied in this paper. The main process of bone finite element model construction consists of three parts, including CT (Computed Tomography) imaging, three-dimensional reverse modeling and meshing. By mesh optimization and bound

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