Millar develops animal telemetry systems and research catheters to facilitate cardiovascular and hemodynamic assessment, primarily serving university research labs, contract research organization, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology companies. Through our mouse and rat telemetry, high-fidelity pressure and pressure-volume catheters, electrophysiology catheters and data acquisition systems, we ensure quality results are achieved for your applications (e.g. ventricular blood pressure, heart failure, dP/dt studies, PV loop analysis).
Catheter options include tip configuration, length and sensor and electrode placement to meet a variety of catheter research needs utilizing small mice to domestic livestock.
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Millar Pressure Volume Systems simultaneously and continuously measure high-fidelity left ventricular pressure and volume. These signals can be plotted against each other in real time, generating the characteristic left ventricular pressure-volume (PV) loops. More on Pressure-Volume
Millar Mikro-Tip pressure catheters are available in 1 F to 7 F with single and multiple high-fidelity pressure sensors and straight or curved tips with some models featuring a pigtail. Control units and accessories available. More on Mikro-Tip Pressure
Millar offers powerful and flexible PowerLab Data Acquisition Systems for our pressure and pressure-volume catheters. PowerLabs are available with LabChart Pro and additional modules for specific applications (e.g., blood pressure, PV loop, ECG). The new 35 series PowerLabs offer many benefits over the previous models, including cleaner signal recording, cleaner bench space and a smaller carbon footprint. More on PowerLabs
Millar electrophysiology (EP) catheters pace and record protocols from inside the heart or through the esophagus to determine the electrical properties of the atrium and ventricle. EP catheter models can be used in mice as small as 2.5 grams to measure parameters such as conduction times, refractory periods or His potentials. More on Electrophysiology Catheters
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