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(March 4, 2021) WEBINAR: Aortic acceleration as a noninvasive index of left ventricular contractility in the mouse

Overview: Key topics covered during this webinar included: Evaluating cardiac contractility using mean or peak aortic acceleration Investigating cardiac relaxation using mitral peak early velocity to peak atrial velocity ratio Interpreting myocardial perfusion capacity through coronary flow reserve at baseline and with disease or other conditions How Doppler Flow Velocity measurements can be

By |2021-03-04T14:09:03-05:00January 19th, 2021|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Event, Imaging, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Webinar|Tags: |Comments Off on (March 4, 2021) WEBINAR: Aortic acceleration as a noninvasive index of left ventricular contractility in the mouse

LIVE Online Demonstration: Doppler Flow Velocity System (DFVS)

Join us LIVE for a hands-on demonstration of the Doppler Flow Velocity System. You will learn: Measurement for Cardiac systolic and diastolic function Serial measurements in response to interventions Severity of transverse aortic constriction (TAC) Coronary flow distribution Hyperemic velocity responses Pulse Wave Velocity from two aortic locations simultaneously New

By |2020-12-23T09:55:20-05:00November 2nd, 2020|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Demonstration, Event, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Zebrafish|Tags: |Comments Off on LIVE Online Demonstration: Doppler Flow Velocity System (DFVS)

(August 18, 2020) WEBINAR: Inflammation and the Resolution of Inflammation in Heart Failure: Preclinical and Clinical Findings

This webinar hosted by Scintica Instrumentation looked primarily at inflammation and the resolution of inflammation in the preclinical mouse model. Physiological short-term inflammation is a primary signal of the immune system activation that is an important defense system of the body. If inflammation remains activated for an extended period of time, in

By |2020-11-26T16:05:28-05:00August 10th, 2020|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Event, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Webinar|Tags: , , |Comments Off on (August 18, 2020) WEBINAR: Inflammation and the Resolution of Inflammation in Heart Failure: Preclinical and Clinical Findings

(July 14, 2020) WEBINAR: Vascular Aging – New Lessons From a Novel “Knock-In” Mouse Model

In this webinar Dr. Lakshmi Santhanam an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine and Biomedical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine discussed her most recent work in vascular aging. Dr. Santhanam uses a catalytically inactive knock-in mouse model to look at the effects of vascular aging by

By |2020-11-26T15:44:25-05:00June 9th, 2020|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Event, Webinar, Zebrafish|Tags: |Comments Off on (July 14, 2020) WEBINAR: Vascular Aging – New Lessons From a Novel “Knock-In” Mouse Model

(June 10, 2020) WEBINAR: Aging and the Cardiovascular System; An in vivo and in vitro approach to the pre-clinical assessment of arterial stiffness

Almost one third of deaths world-wide can be attributed to cardiovascular diseases (CVD). More than half of those cases are related to systemic arterial hypertension (SAH). There are several risk factors that contribute to the development of SAH. Type II diabetes causes structural and functional damage to arterial walls, which leads to

By |2020-11-26T15:08:12-05:00May 29th, 2020|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Event, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Webinar|Tags: , |Comments Off on (June 10, 2020) WEBINAR: Aging and the Cardiovascular System; An in vivo and in vitro approach to the pre-clinical assessment of arterial stiffness

WEBINAR: Cardiac Fibrosis – A Comprehensive Overview of Mechanisms, Tools and Potential Targets

This free webinar hosted by Scintica Instrumentation looked at the following: 1) Fibrosis– general introduction, 2) signaling pathways regulating cardiac fibrosis, 3) potential targets of cardiac fibrosis 4) techniques to measure cardiac fibrosis including using Doppler Flow Velocity measurements Slide Deck The focus of

By |2020-10-01T10:46:09-04:00May 25th, 2020|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Event, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Webinar|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on WEBINAR: Cardiac Fibrosis – A Comprehensive Overview of Mechanisms, Tools and Potential Targets

Experimental Biology – April 5 – 7, 2020 – San Diego, CA

Scintica Instrumentation will be attending EB (Experimental Biology) Annual Meeting 2020. We will be at booth 1509 and will have on display: High Frequency 3D Ultrasound Compact MRI with optional PET insert Doppler Flow Velocity System Telemetry for Small Animals Small Vessel Myograph Systems Blood and Oxygen Tissue Monitors Stop by and chat

By |2020-10-15T14:59:29-04:00December 17th, 2019|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Conference, Event, Imaging, Micro-Vascular Flow, Mouse, MRI, Physiology, Rat, Telemetry, Tissue Oxygen, Ultrasound, Zebrafish|Comments Off on Experimental Biology – April 5 – 7, 2020 – San Diego, CA

WEBINAR: Doppler Flow Velocity: Applications in Cardiovascular Research

This free webinar hosted by Scintica Instrumentation provided an overview of performing “Doppler” measurements for preclinical cardiovascular assessment. It discussed the physical principles and technology used to acquire these measurements, how these techniques are employed in the preclinical field, and a short summary of the history behind the technology that so many

By |2020-10-01T10:59:20-04:00October 22nd, 2019|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Event, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Webinar, Zebrafish|Tags: |Comments Off on WEBINAR: Doppler Flow Velocity: Applications in Cardiovascular Research

A Tale of Two Tubes: Exploring the Causes of Cardiovascular Disease from the Arteries to the Gut

The Integrative Cardiovascular Physiology laboratory at Colorado State University investigates the underlying causes of cardiovascular abnormalities in the settings of obesity and nutrient excess. Obese individuals are at an increased risk for developing cardiovascular disease (CVD)1. Prior to overt clinical manifestation of CVD, the arteries of obese individuals (and other at-risk populations) begin to

By |2021-02-04T16:49:17-05:00September 11th, 2019|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Science Corner, Zebrafish|Tags: |Comments Off on A Tale of Two Tubes: Exploring the Causes of Cardiovascular Disease from the Arteries to the Gut
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