Acid resistant stainless steel for avoiding lipids sticking
Ideal for pressurized arteries
Direct data streaming to MyoVIEW Live Tracking
Reliable, flexible & trusted
The Pressure Myograph System - 114P is used to measure small arteries, veins, and other vessels physiological function and properties. It allows studying pharmacological effects of drugs and other vasoactive compounds on small isolated vessels under near-physiological conditions. A small, intact segment of an artery or vein is mounted onto two small glass cannulas and pressurized to a suitable transmural pressure. The near-physiological condition permits the investigation of myogenic responses, flow-mediated dilation, and pharmacological agent testing, either to the superfusate or luminal solution.
A built-in heating system maintains the chamber temperature, eliminating the need for continuous and often costly superfusion. The chamber cover includes ports for superfusion, rapid draining and filling, cumulative addition of drugs, and oxygenation. To facilitate cleaning, the chamber is made of acid-resistant stainless steel.
The state-of-the-art Pressure Myograph software MyoVIEW will collect data such as vessel wall thickness, changes in vessel and lumen diameter, intravascular pressure, and a host of other calculated parameters, such as shear stress and vascular resistance, setting pressure or perfusion myography apart from standard organ bath techniques.
As an option, the FlowMeter - 162FM can be added to the system to measure flow between 15-4000μl/min.
*1 2-Years of warranty included in purchase
# Constant transmural pressure or luminal flow situation
# Visualization of vessel through optical base window
# Longitudinal force measurements
# Vessel diameter >30µm and <10mm length
# In-line pressure transducers
# XYZ alingment of pressurized vessel
# Acid resistant stainless steel chamber
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Having tried other systems and Danish Myo Technology pressure myographs I must say that I clearly prefer the DMT system. Both systems are easy to handle manually, however on the analysis side, the DMT system is superior.
Dr. Maria Bloksgaard, M.Sc., PhD
Associate Professor at Faculty & Health Sciences / University of Southern Denmark