Everyone at DMT wants to wish you a Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year.
2020 was undoubtedly a challenging year, forcing most people to adapt to new realities. Despite the situation, we are grateful for our customers' continued support, and the confidence shown during this pandemic encourages us to serve you better.
Discover more about our latest features and what was designed to add functionality to the user experience and to make it more intuitive. Live tracking of perfused arteries' vascular reactivity using the DMT Pressure Myograph Systems has never been more simple.
MyoVIEW 5 offers a simple user interface that provides live diameter tracking of perfused arteries. Using accurate edge detection from up to four user-defined zones, MyoVIEW 5 averages the lumen measurements much simpler and more reliable.
Wall structure, wall stress, strain, and myogenic tone are measured, and responses to increases in pressure, flow, and drugs are evaluated regarding vascular diameter changes.
MyoVIEW 5 provides data acquisition, calculations, and export of data for analysis purposes. It even allows you to create advanced calculations to customize your live traces. Add a script, and traces such as strain is live instantly.
Easy and quick use, allowing full control of many parameters and management of data. Display the screen view as you want – there is complete flexibility to arrange windows neat and save your preferred layout.
NEW PARTNERSHIP. We are pleased to announce that we have entered into an agreement with Courteous Pharma CPSB, effective May 1st, 2020. Courteous Pharma CPSB will be our distributor for Malaysia.
Courteous Pharma CPSB has many years of experience, expertise, and knowledge in the fields of biotechnology, medical diagnostic and medical research & development.
Partnering with Courteous Pharma CPSB will enhance the local presence of DMT myographs as well as the support of Malaysian myograph users.
Following the outbreak of the Coronavirus and the current pandemic, the safety and security of customers, and employees, and as our top priority.
We have put in place measures to help minimize the risk of Coronavirus to our employees and their families. All office-based employees are working from home, and those in our production that cannot do so are temporarily suspended from work under the government aid schemes.
To minimize disruptions, we are continuing to operate to the extent possible and can assist with all matters relating to sales and support. Do not hesitate to get in touch.
Stay safe, stay well, and take care.
Undergraduate students at the University of Sydney are using live tissue obtained from the local abattoir in their DMT Organ Baths during their pharmacology practical classes.
Senior educators, Dr. Brent McParland and Dr. Nehan Munasinghe have been recognised by the Research Integrity and Ethics Administration at the University of Sydney for their support for the 3Rs (replacement, reduction and refinement). The tissue is obtained from the abattoir where it is kept in appropriate storage for up to 3 months. An additional advantage of the new approach is the significant reduction in lab preparation time and costs.
“Using live tissue enables students to view and understand biological variation, improving education outcomes,” said Dr McParland.
Nehan (left) and Brent (right) met with DMT CEO Carsten Thorndahl (centre) during his recent visit to Australia.
When the Pharmacology team at top-rated Monash University started planning for their new multidisciplinary teaching labs, they looked for alternatives to their traditional, bulky and high-maintenance organ bath systems.
We believe that with the investment we have made in DMT organ baths is going to be returned in the outcomes from the students in the development of skills that are going to make them the pioneers of the future.