Real time, high resolution blood flow mapping.
What will you measure?
What will you measure?
Muscle oxygenation assessments non invasive and real time measurements
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During the course of my clinical studies examining the vascular complications associated with diabetes I have used a number of Moor Instruments, ranging from laser Doppler products, skin heaters and iontophoresis controllers. Their equipment has been invaluable to my research and have contributed to research studies that have examined the mechanisms underlying vascular dysfunction in diabetes and prediabetes as well as evaluating the impact of therapeutic interventions on the development and progression of these complications. Moor Instruments have consistently provided excellent help and support for my research.
Kim Gooding, PhD
University of Exeter Medical School
Much of our work in human physiological science is monitoring the development of disease and possible interventions to counteract those changes. Having the best possible measurements made simple and hassle free has been invaluable to our success in driving new understanding of physiological mechanisms and in the development of new technologies for treatment of disease and performance enhancement. Our work with industry also demands that we get things right, we need the best equipment! We can't recommend Moor instruments highly enough. The technology is at the cutting edge and the support second to none.
Paul Sumners, PhD
London South Bank University
I use Laser Doppler imaging in quantifying cerebral blood flow in stroke and traumatic brain injury research. Having used other methods to determine effect of stroke or brain injury on cerebral perfusion and blood flow like microspheres, cranial window, probes - the Laser Doppler Imager is easier to use, does not involve any invasive or surgical procedures. In the laboratory settings, it is very user friendly and the quantification package that comes with it is a life saver especially for students and technicians. Moreover, the data is well correlated to the other methods and predictions. Laser Doppler Imager is a standard accurate method we now use in our cerebral blood flow and brain perfusion in our laboratory.