Member since: 2019
Application Area: Measurement of blood flow in the MCA before and after stroke
"Very easy to use, with reproducible values. Requires walls stabilization measures thanks to a drop of paraffin oil on the end of the optical fiber. Very instinctive to use. You absolutely need an acquisition box to record the values on the computer. Very good investment."
Member since: 2017
Organization: Imperial College London
It is a great instrument and an amazing customer service from the company
Application Area:Vessel detection in a robotic steerable needle system
"The monitor is really easy to use and robust. The data can be logged into a third party data logger without any problem. The repeatability of the instrument is also very good. My work is in robotic needle steering, and the use of laser Doppler flowmetry in this area of research is new. The team from Oxford Optronix is really helpful helping me to use the instrument specifically in my application."
Third-generation laser-Doppler tissue blood flow monitors, ideal for continuous measurements of relative tissue perfusion in acute experimental models.