KidneyImage renal physiology and disease
Your Easy Solution for Renal Function Monitoring
Monitor renal size and function non-invasively and in real-time.
Non-invasive ultra high frequency ultrasound helps monitor renal function and size longitudinally. The system can create 3-dimensional images of the renal vascularity to assist in quantifying renal blood flow in a variety of disease states. Additional 3D images allow for accurate location and quantification of kidney size, number and size of cysts (in polycystic kidney disease models), or volumes of fluid in hydronephrosis.
- Calculate renal resistive index and pulsatility index
- Capture accurate 3D volumes
- Evaluate renal microcirculatory flow
- Early detection of cysts, tumors, obstructions, etc.
- Renal biopsy and/or injection
Pulsed-Wave Doppler of the Renal Artery in a Mouse
- Chronic kidney disease
- Polycystic Kidney Disease
- Renal cancers
High Resolution Ultrasonography for Assessment of Renal Cysts in the PCK Rat Model of Autosomal Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease
Sitagliptin and shock wave-supported peripheral blood derived endothelial progenitor cell therapy effectively preserves residual renal function in chronic kidney disease in rat—role of dipeptidyl peptidase 4 inhibition
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