Living Systems Instrumentation designs, develops, and manufactures instruments for in vitro research studies of pressurized, perfused, cannulated blood vessels. These include vessel chambers and electro-mechanical apparatus for the measurement and control of pressure, flow rate and vessel dimensions. Our instruments are used worldwide by research investigators in medical schools, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies. Their use facilitates new insights into the mechanisms underlying vascular function in human health and disease.
Gain useful insights on how to examine flow-induced dilation in isolated blood vessels using pressure myography from a recognized leader in the field, Dr. Éric Thorin.
Dr. Scott Earley and Dr. Gerry Herrera review essential tools and techniques for studying function in isolated blood vessels using a pressurized arteriograph system.