A unique webinar where experts answer specific questions about best practices and how to apply noninvasive blood flow velocity measurements to your research

Prior to this event, InsideScientific hosted two webinars focused on noninvasive Doppler blood flow velocity measurement as a means to study cardiac and vascular function in rodents. During these sessions, presenters discussed how Doppler flow velocity can be used to reliably assess systolic and diastolic cardiac function, myocardial perfusion and coronary reserve, pressure overload, aortic stiffness and peripheral perfusion without the need for complex surgery or imaging. Data was also presented highlighting how this measurement can be used to quantify cardiac contractility as a surrogate to +dP/dtmax.

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Indus Instruments

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Medicine-Cardiovascular Sciences
Baylor College of Medicine

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Indus Instruments

Indus designs and manufactures small animal telemetry, ECG and Ultrasound monitoring products for cardiovascular research.

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