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(August 12, 2020) WEBINAR: The 4 W’s of Microcirculation and Tissue pO2: An in vivo Approach in Animal Models for Preclinical Research

August 12, 2020 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EDT) (UTC−04:00) Zoom Registration Form Below WHEN and WHERE to measure these parameters? WHY measure both? WHAT can I use to measure both? The survival of tissues and organs relies on a sufficient supply of oxygen, among other things, which are

By |2020-07-28T16:13:12-04:00July 28th, 2020|Categories: Animal Models, Event, Micro-Vascular Flow, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Webinar|Tags: |Comments Off on (August 12, 2020) WEBINAR: The 4 W’s of Microcirculation and Tissue pO2: An in vivo Approach in Animal Models for Preclinical Research

(June 3, 2020) Webinar: The Importance of Oxygenation in Tissue; an in vivo Approach in Animal Models

The survival of tissues and organs relies on an adequate supply of oxygen. Tissue oxygen tension (ptiO2) provides a direct measurement of the balance between oxygen supply (by the blood) and metabolic oxygen consumption (by the tissue), i.e. a readout of oxygen availability at the cellular level. On Demand

By |2020-06-03T16:30:01-04:00May 27th, 2020|Categories: Cancer Research, Event, Hypoxia, Molecular, Tissue Oxygen, Webinar|Tags: |Comments Off on (June 3, 2020) Webinar: The Importance of Oxygenation in Tissue; an in vivo Approach in Animal Models

In vivo tissue oxygenation: How do I know which method is best for my research?

There are a variety of ways that researchers today can measure oxygenation of tissue in vivo. Unfortunately, while a range of options do exist, choosing which technology to use to measure tissue oxygenation is often difficult, even to those who have years of experience in the field. Here, we cover the four most prominent ways

By |2020-06-03T13:02:52-04:00October 18th, 2019|Categories: Animal Models, Articles, Micro-Vascular Flow, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Telemetry, Tissue Oxygen|Tags: , |Comments Off on In vivo tissue oxygenation: How do I know which method is best for my research?

Investigating mechanisms driving acute kidney injury arising from heart surgery and sepsis

A team of researchers and clinicians at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health are investigating ways to reduce the incidence of kidney injury resulting from heart surgery and sepsis. Acute kidney injury is when our kidneys suddenly stop working. This happens in up to 30% of patients after heart surgery. Up to

By |2020-06-03T13:05:14-04:00July 12th, 2019|Categories: Animal Models, Articles, Micro-Vascular Flow, Mouse, Physiology, Rat, Tissue Oxygen|Tags: |Comments Off on Investigating mechanisms driving acute kidney injury arising from heart surgery and sepsis

Microvascular perfusion and tissue dissolved oxygen provide valuable insights into the study of ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic shock

Animal models of stroke and hemorrhagic shock are widely used to develop and assess different life-saving treatments. With stroke, it is essential to restore blood flow and oxygen to the brain to prevent associated morbidity. In hemorrhagic shock, priorities include attenuating blood loss and restoring blood volume and pressure. Thus, blood perfusion and tissue

By |2020-06-03T13:14:32-04:00October 4th, 2018|Categories: Articles, Cardiovascular Research, Micro-Vascular Flow, Physiology, Tissue Oxygen|Tags: |Comments Off on Microvascular perfusion and tissue dissolved oxygen provide valuable insights into the study of ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic shock

WEBINAR: Measuring Tissue Perfusion and PO2 in Conscious Animals to Investigate Organ Failure

Scientists present new, ground breaking research in models of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI). Methods used to gather these insights are made possible using the latest in fiber optic sensing technology to obtain dissolved oxygen and microvascular blood perfusion at the tissue level. Watch Webinar The survival

By |2020-06-03T13:16:11-04:00March 28th, 2018|Categories: Event, Webinar|Tags: |Comments Off on WEBINAR: Measuring Tissue Perfusion and PO2 in Conscious Animals to Investigate Organ Failure
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