WEBINAR SERIES – PV Loops to Measure Cardiac Function 2014
Known as the gold standard for hemodynamic research and cardiac function, “PV Loops” are an essential tool for cardiovascular research.
This series includes events that cover all the physiology essentials, available technologies and their theory of operations, methodology and best-practices and a number of case studies in various research models.
Thank you to all presenters and sponsors that made this program possible!
To view webinars from this series on-demand, please visit the individual event pages listed below.
Measuring Work in Single Isolated Cardiomyocytes: Replicating the Cardiac Cycle
A special webinar for basic cardiovascular researchers interested in a novel technique for measuring work output and replicating the four phases of the cardiac cycle at the single cell level.
Understanding the Translational Value of PV Loops from Mouse to Man
Dr. Navin Kapur presents a detailed look at how PV loops impact outcomes in basic research and clinical therapies.
Improving Rodent Cardiovascular Research Outcomes with Integrated Surgical Monitoring
An essential webinar for both beginning and seasoned cardiovascular researchers looking to improve hemodynamic study outcome consistency by monitoring vital signs during surgery.
Best-Practices to Achieve Quality Pressure-Volume Loop Data in Rodents
Experts present what is essential for the researcher to be aware of in order to collect valid Pressure-Volume Loop data that can be used with confidence in the ensuing analysis stage of their research.
Hemodynamic Assessment: Pressure-Volume Loop Case Studies
Experts discuss the role of PV loops in HFpEF, drug-discovery and safety testing, pulmonary hypertension and for medical device testing.
Basic Hemodynamic Principles Viewed Through Pressure-Volume Relations: Fundamentals
An essential two-part webinar for cardiovascular scientists reviewing the fundamentals of hemodynamics and how cardiac function can be studied through pressure-volume loop analysis
Basic Hemodynamic Principles Viewed Through Pressure-Volume Relations: Advanced Concepts
Part 2 of an essential two-part webinar for cardiovascular scientists reviewing the fundamentals of hemodynamics and how cardiac function can be studied through pressure-volume loop analysis
- Rodent and large animal research models
- Fundamentals of cardiac physiology
- Preload, afterload, contractility and lusitropy
- Cardiac dysfunction and remodeling
- Myocardial Infarction
- Trans-aortic Constriction / Banding
- Models of Hypertension
- Cardiac Resynchronization
- Dilated Cardiomyopathy
- Working with single cells to create “Work Loops”
- Surgical monitoring for invasive cardiovascular
- Data collection and analysis best-practices
- Clinical applications of PV Loop research
- Conductance and Admittance PV catheters
- Multi-segment PV catheters for large animal and clinical research applications
- PV Loop Analysis software
- Surgical monitoring equiptment
- Ventilators and anesthesia delivery systems
- Myocyte holders and force transducers
- Associated hemodynamic tools including pressure, flow and ECG sensors