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June 12, 2017

This webinar introduces solid-state pressure telemetry in conscious free-moving animals. We will explore the novel applications for pressure telemetry allowed by high-fidelity, solid-state pressure sensors. 

Both high-pressure applications (e.g. left ventricular pressure) and low ventricular pressure applications (e.g. intracranial pressure, right ventricular pressure) will be explored with examples of the recorded data.

This Beyond Arterial Pressure Recordings webinar will help you maximize the use of your solid-state pressure telemeters. 

Presenters: Sandy Lau, PhD
May 31, 2017

Discussions around PV loop hemodynamics in the clinical space are becoming more prevalent. Questions around how much impact PV loops can have on understanding a patient’s complete cardiac function are surfacing. This webinar will take a closer look on how to evaluate the need for PV loops and what points to consider before integrating PV loop technology into clinical research studies.

Presenters: Nohemi Razo
May 8, 2017

This 40-minute webinar with Q&A introduces the advantages and limitations of measuring telemetry biopotential signals in conscious free-moving animals. We will discuss what signals can be measured, what data parameters can be analyzed and show examples of data collected by Millar customers for different applications.

Presenters: Sandy Lau, PhD
March 1, 2017

This webinar will include an overview of the three-load independent PV Loop indices and clinical methods used to vary ventricular pre-load to calculate ESPVR (Ees). The webinar will also highlight the use of PV Loops in HFpEF assessment.

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Presenters: Nohemi Razo
February 20, 2017

This webinar will review topics to consider when setting up a lab for chronic telemetry studies. Topics covered will include setting up a clean surgical environment to minimize infection rates, controlling the ambient environment and accommodating a large number of telemetry setups in small spaces.

 

Presenters: Sandy Lau, PhD
January 23, 2017

This webinar will discuss best practices for care and cleaning of your Millar research tools, including Millar telemetry systems, pressure and pressure-volume systems, to ensure you meet the intended longevity of the product. 

Key topics discussed:

  • Storage recommendations
  • Handling during implantation, explantation and cleaning
  • Cleaning of the catheter and sensor

 

Presenters: Sarah-Jane Guild, PhD

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July 10, 2017

Telemetry allows the long term collection of data over days, weeks or months resulting in the collection of very large data sets.  Large data sets comes with challenges for the collection and analysis of the data.  This webinar will cover common issues encountered acquiring and analyzing large data sets, and potential solutions such as scheduling data sampling and the use of macros.  

Session 1

4:00 PM CDT (July 10) ​| 5:00 PM EDT (July 10) ​| 9:00 AM NZT (July 11)

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Presenters: Sarah-Jane Guild, PhD
August 10, 2017

Learn why understanding the OEM partnership journey is a critical component of success when choosing an OEM partner. 

Key takeaways: 

  • What is OEM? 
  • Why use OEM? 
  • OEM best practices to establishing successful partnerships 
  • OEM Case Study 
  • The Millar Partnership journey


10 AM CDT (Houston) (August 10th)

Presenters: Valor Thomas
September 11, 2017

This webinar will cover tips and tricks for recording of sympathetic nerve activity using Millar TRM56SP SNA and pressure telemeters.  We will discuss the advantages and limitations of recording sympathetic nerve activity using telemetry, the common difficulties encountered during surgery and how they can be overcome.  We will also show example data from Millar users of SNA telemetry.  

Session 1

Auckland (NZT) 9am, Houston (CST) Sep 11th 4pm, New York (EDT) Sep 11th 5pm, Sydney (AEST) 7am

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October 9, 2017

Millar currently offers the only telemetry system that allows the chronic long term measurement of tissue oxygen in small animals.  This webinar will discuss how tissue oxygen measurements are made using carbon paste electrodes, how they are calibrated, the advantages and the limitations.  We will highlight potential applications of this technology with example data from our users.  

Session 1

Auckland (NZT) 9am, Houston (CST) Oct 9th 3pm, New York (EDT) Oct 9th 4pm, Sydney (AEST) 7am

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