Lab Suppliers and Service Providers
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Established in 1988, ADInstruments develops high performance digital data acquisition and analysis solutions for biomedical research and life science education.
CD Leycom is the global leader in pressure-volume loop (i.e. PV loop) hemodynamics and provides state-of-the-art PV loop hardware, software, and surgical expertise for both pre-clinical and clinical use.
Data Sciences International
Data Sciences International (DSI) is the leader in preclinical physiological monitoring offering telemetry, instrumentation, software and services to help advance science. Industries served include: Pharmaceuticals, Academia, Contract Research Organizations, Biological and Chemical Defense, Medical Devices, Government, and Biotechnology.
Harvard Apparatus is known for their easy-to-use programmable syringe pumps, the PHD ULTRA and Elite touch screen series. Harvard Apparatus also developed the first volume controlled- and then pressure-controlled ventilators, pulsatile blood pumps, transducers, amplifiers, recorders, glassware and many other specialized bioscience research products.
Harvard Bioscience, Inc.
Harvard Bioscience is a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of solutions to advance life science research. For over 110 years, we have served the changing needs of life scientists in over 100 countries. Our expanding portfolio of brands include instruments for organ and animal research, cell analysis, molecular biology, fluidics, and laboratory consumables.
Hugo Sachs Elektronik GmbH
Hugo Sachs Elektronik provides advanced tools for physiology research. It is the industry leader for providing advanced isolated organ and tissue perfusion systems as well as the PLUGSYS modular amplifier system for cardiovascular and respiratory applications.
Millar provides innovative physiological monitoring solutions to the medical science community including telemetry, pressure and PV systems.
Our systems measure various parameters such as cardiac segment lengths, chamber dimensions, ventricular volumes, wall thickness and wall motion.
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