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Cardiovascular translational research

Dec 7, 2016

High-frequency ultrasound has been used to evaluate multiple animal models of human cardiovascular diseases, including pulmonary hypertension, abdominal aortic aneurysms, atherosclerosis and diabetes. It is an excellent tool for applying basic research to disease translational research.
Software and equipment designed with preclinical researchers in mind, who want to take their animal models of human cardiovascular diseases to the translational level, with the ability to:
- Study pulmonary hypertension, with measures of blood flow, directionality and valve function
- Detect early plaque formation in atherosclerosis
- See abdominal aortic aneurysms in 2D and 3D
- Quantify myocardial infarction parameters, such as wall motion abnormalities, myocardial mechanics and dyssynchrony
- Visualize biomarkers of cardiovascular disease, such as VCAM & P-selectin, with myocardial perfusion, including peak enhancement, time to peak, and wash-in rate

See for yourself why Visualsonics is the leader in preclinical imaging and is fostering the development of its technology to clinical imaging systems.

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