Vascular BiologyQuantify vascular function with the Vevo Imaging Systems
Finally, In Vivo Assessments of Vascular Function!
Visualize and quantify vascular functional parameters non-invasively!
The Vevo imaging systems allow for non-invasive, real-time detection and quantification of vascular function. Using the advanced VevoVasc software, arterial stiffness and pulse wave velocity can be quantified by even the novice user. 3D rendering of aortic plaques and abdominal aortic aneurysms allow for reconstruction and volumetric quantification in vivo with resolution down to 30 microns.
Right Femoral Artery Bifurcation in a Mouse
Left Common Carotid Artery in a Mouse
Perfect for Models of:
• Vascular Ischemia
Development and growth trends in angiotensin II-induced murine dissecting abdominal aortic aneurysms
Potential role of intermittent functioning of baroreflexes in the etiology of hypertension in spontaneously hypertensive rats
Macrophage pyroptosis is mediated by immunoproteasome subunit β5i (LMP7) in abdominal aortic aneurysm
Aortic Stiffness and Diastolic Dysfunction in Sprague Dawley Rats Consuming Short-Term Fructose Plus High Salt Diet
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What do I do if my PW Doppler signal gets cut-off and I can’t visualize the peak velocity?
Can I measure pulse wave velocity (pulse propagation velocity) using your system?
What is the difference between Color Doppler and Power Doppler?
Why is PW Doppler velocity reported as negative?
PW Doppler takes into account blood flow directionality.
How do I locate the renal artery?
How can I differentiate between artery vs vein?
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Watch the presentation below to learn all about Ultra High Frequency Ultrasound and Photoacoustics for Vascular Imaging. Presented by Dieter Fuchs, PhD of FUJIFILM VisualSonics.