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  • Measurement of Directed Blood Flow by Laser Speckle
    Measurement of directed blood flow by laser speckle
  • Achieving FDA Compliance in a Small Hospital Blood Bank
    Recently CAS DataLoggers provided an Accsense temperature alarm and monitoring system to a hospital blood bank looking to replace their old paper chart recorders. To keep their refrigerated blood supply in a usable condition, the lab's medical storage units needed to maintain internal temperatures
  • Medical Device Link . Coatings for Blood-Contacting Devices
    Most of today's blood-contacting medical devices are made of synthetic materials. When blood contacts these materials foreign to the body, a number of adverse reactions are triggered including platelet attachment, platelet activation, and complement activation that eventually lead to fibrin
  • Battery Pack for Portable Medical Blood & Fluid Warmer
    Portable blood and IV fluid warmers are used by EMS crews, hospitals and the military to help prevent hypothermia due to fluid transfers under adverse field conditions. A lightweight battery pack to power these devices is essential to the success of urgent medical operations. Epec was asked
  • A Takeover Tool Study - Blood Filtration Systems for Surgery
    days for a crucial blood filtration and dialysis platform.
  • ATP-dependent mechanics of red blood cells
    Red blood cells are amazingly deformable structures able to recover their initial shape even after large deformations as when passing through tight blood capillaries. The reason for this exceptional property is found in the composition of the membrane and the membrane-cytoskeleton interaction. We
  • Medical Device Link . The Race to Develop a Painless Blood Glucose Monitor
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Hopes are high for alternatives to finger sticks, but so are the technological hurdles. If blood sugar were better controlled, the complications associated with diabetes might be far less prevalent and far less severe. Yet the average insulin-dependent diabetic
  • How Cerebral Blood Flow Changes Following Optogenetic Stimulation
    Researchers the University of Wisconsin have demonstrated how cerebral hemodynamics are significantly impacted after optogenetic stimulation, as was displayed by use of Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography (SD-OCT) that showed both blood flow and vessel diameter can dramatically increase

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