Advances in laboratory instrumentation for cardiovascular research have provided scientists with a multitude of technologies for monitoring function in both anesthetized and conscious animals in vivo. Functional assays using isolated heart preparations, vessels, and cardiomyocytes provide additional layers of scientific investigation, all contributing to a deeper understanding of basic cardiovascular physiology, cardiomyopathy, translational science and potential treatment modalities for heart related illness. The purpose of this webinar series is to provide an overview of current trends and advancements in the field of preclinical cardiovascular research.
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Experts discuss a novel method of recording serial measurements of cardiac function in rodents using high-resolution ultrasound paired with implantable telemetry.
Experts in preclinical and clinical ECG safety assessment discuss how advances in arrhythmia detection and concentration effects modelling improve study outcomes.
- Creating models of Heart Failure
- HFpEF vs HFrEF
- Myocardial Infarction
- Trans-Aortic Constriction
- Cardiac Remodeling
- Pulmonary Hypertension
- Preload, Afterload, Contractility and Lusitropy
- Ventricular-Vascular Interactions
- Studying Blood Flow and Blood Pressure
- Integrating noninvasive and invasive experimental design
- Cardiovascular Safety Pharmacology
- Invasive Blood Pressure & Blood Flow Sensors
- Cardiac Imaging Systems
- Myocyte Calcium-Contractility Systems
- Pressure-Volume Loop Systems
- Noninvasive Blood Pressure and Flow Systems
- Implantable, Wireless Telemetry
- Isolated Heart Systems (Langendorff and Working Heart)
- Surgical Equipment & Vital Sign Monitors for Invasive Cardiac Procedures