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Laser Doppler Flow

Leverage LDF advantages for measuring microvascular blood perfusion

Invasive and noninvasive laser Doppler flow measurements

Continuous, noninvasive and real-time measurement capabilities

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Record & Analyze Microvascular Data

Record the effects of drug treatments, exercise, or inadequate blood supply on microvascular circulation with the LDF100C Laser Doppler Flow module. Use the LDF100C for invasive and noninvasive applications. It can be used in any situation where tissue ischemia resulting from inadequate blood supply is a significant factor. For long-term, chronic experiments, use plantable single-fiber probes. Combine LDF data with other physiological parameters such as temperature, blood pressure, ECG and a variety of other signals for a detailed physiological analysis.

Variety of probes available

Surface, needle, and disposable probes for specific research needs

Connect to MP160 Systems

The MP Research System plus BIOPAC amplifiers acts as a complete, fully-isolated life science data acquisition system

Combine LDF data with other physiological parameters

For a detailed physiological analysis, add temperature, blood pressure, ECG & full range of life science signals

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Laser Doppler Flow Data Analysis

Full Online Pulsatile Flow Data Analysis The software will provide full online analysis of pulsatile flow data for each cardiac cycle. Use the automatic data reduction function More...

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Planted Tissue

Flaps and planted tissues typically exhibit changes in blood flow after the planting procedure. The MP System can be programmed to control a visual or auditory More...

Laser Doppler Std Surf Probe

Irritants and Inflammation

Evaluate skin reactions resulting from hypersensitivity and inflammatory mediators. To measure micro-vascular blood flow on the skin surface, use the TSD140 or TSD146 probes. To objectively More...

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Allergies

The nasal skin and mucosa are often subject to allergic reaction. To evaluate micro-vascular blood flow of the skin, standard surface probes (TSD146) are suitable. More...

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Rheumatology

Research the micro-vascular blood flow changes resulting from different rheumatic disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Raynauds phenomenon and connective tissue disease. For investigations of Raynauds More...

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