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Blood Flow Monitoring in
Scientific Research

Monitoring blood flow dynamics can be useful in many research applications.

Examples of clinical and preclinical research conducted by users of our technology include:

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Optic Nerve Head

Blood Flow Changes in Glaucoma Research

Researchers have used the XyCAM CRE to investigate optic nerve head blood flow changes associated with glaucoma, a condition where blockage of the aqueous humor outflow leads to significant damage to the optic nerve and retinal ganglion cells.  

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Retinal Imaging for Oculomics and

Systemic Diseases

Pulsatile XyCAM CRE data on optic nerve head blood flow and retinal blood flow can be used in oculomics research to assess vascular manifestations of systemic pathologies such as diabetes, cardiovascular risk, and cognitive impairment.

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Blood Flow Monitoring and Occlusion Status During 

Surgical Interventions

Our blood flow monitoring technology has been modularly integrated with a surgical microscope and has demonstrated real-time noninvasive monitoring of blood flow in the field of view before, during, and after surgical interventions.   


Imaging the Neonatal Eye for Clinical Research on Retinopathy of Prematurity

Researchers have used the XyCAM CRE mounted on an arm to image the eyes of prematurely born infants to assess retinal blood flow changes associated with retinopathy of prematurity, that poses a vision-threatening risk to the neonatal eye.

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Blood Flow Monitoring in Exposed Tissues for  Mechanistic Research

Our blood flow monitoring technology has been used in animal models to assess microvascular blood flow changes in stimulation-related neurophysiology experiments, wound healing angiogenesis experiments, and radiation response experiments. 

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How Can Our Blood Flow Monitoring Technology Support Your Research?

Our technology can image blood flow in any optically accessible tissue. Contact us to find out how we can help you obtain and analyze blood flow information for your current and future research applications. Contact us.

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