#ExpertAnswers: Stephanie Simonds and Megan Fine on Glucose Monitoring
Dr. Stephanie Simonds from the National Heart Foundation of Australia, and Megan Fine from Data Sciences International answer questions from a webinar where they present wireless glucose monitoring methodology, best practices, research findings, and discuss the power of continuous glucose profiles, particularly when combined with other gold standard assays to study obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular related diseases.
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Associated Webinar: From Mouse to Monkey: Revolutionizing Research via Preclinical Continuous Glucose Telemetry
#ExpertAnswers: Artur Federowoski on Cardiovascular Dysautonomia in Post-COVID-19
Artur Federowski explains CV dysautonomia as a specific sequalae of acute COVID-19 and guides the audience in the diagnostic work-up of PASC patients with suspected cardiovascular complications.
#ExpertAnswers: Phil Griffiths on Telemetry Studies
Phil Griffiths draws from his experience as a telemetry user to discuss some important considerations for designing telemetry studies.
#ExpertAnswers: Cole McLarty, Nick Glover, and Tim Hacker on Pressure-Volume Loops
Cole McLarty, Nick Glover and Dr. Timothy Hacker focus on Pressure-Volume Loop collection and data analysis for cardiovascular research.
Cardiovascular Autonomic Dysfunction in the Post-COVID Landscape: Detection and Management
Artur Fedorowski, MD, PhD, describes cardiovascular dysautonomia in COVID-19 and the diagnostics behind detecting Long COVID or Post-acute Sequalae of COVID-19.
APS Physiology in Disease Modeling and Drug Development Roundtable
Key opinion leaders in cardiovascular physiology and bioengineering discuss best practices and challenges when modeling cardiomyopathies and other cardiovascular diseases using stem cells, engineered tissues and other novel platforms.
Experimental Design Considerations to Optimize Chronic Cardiovascular Telemetry Studies
Phil Griffiths, PhD, presents a summary of chronic cardiovascular telemetry studies and considerations for experimental design.