Visit Perimed at Medtech Evening on January 19 opening doors for master thesis, summer jobs and potential recruitments, creating contact between students and the company.
With sessions of interest for physicians, burn therapists, nurses, behavioral health professionals and many others across the spectrum of care, the American Burn Association (ABA) 53rd Annual Meeting: Virtual 2021 is the best place this year for you to build your knowledge and network. ABA’s signature event will deliver the latest research, plus new products and services to aide in the treatment, recovery and/or ongoing care of burn injury patients. Learn more and register now!
Discover how Perimed can help combat Covid 19 complications in the clinic with the advanced instrument PeriFlux 6000. The PeriFlux 6000 is showing the strong link between microvascular endothelial dysfunction and Covid-19 severity by measuring with its laser doppler flowmetry and local thermal
Letícia Sabioni et al, Systemic microvascular endothelial dysfunction and disease severity in COVID-19 patients: Evaluation by laser Doppler perfusion monitoring and cytokine/chemokine analysis, Microvasc. Res. 134 (2021),104119.
Leticia R Sabioni et al, Systemic microvascular dysfunction in COVID-19, Am J Cardiovasc Dis 2020;10(4):386-391
In the November issue of Journal of Biomedical Optics <https://www.spiedigitallibrary.org/journals/journal-of-biomedical-optics/volume-25/issue-11>, Perimed has published two papers together with researchers from Linköping University. Both present new algorithms for calculating microcircular parameters from optical signals using machine learning methods and comprehensive tissue modeling.
The first, “Machine learning for direct oxygen saturation and hemoglobin concentration assessment using diffuse reflectance spectroscopy” <https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.25.11.112905> describes how the tissue fraction of red blood cells and their oxygen saturation can be accurately and efficiently calculated, a method that is already used in PeriFlux 6000 EPOS <https://www.perimed-instruments.com/content/periflux-6000-epos/>.
The second, “Real-time video-rate perfusion imaging using multi-exposure laser speckle contrast imaging and machine learning” <https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.25.11.116007>, describes how multiple exposure times can be used to calculate fast and accurate perfusion maps, a technique that may be implemented in future generations of our PeriCam systems <https://www.perimed-instruments.com/content/pericam-psi-nr/>.
Discover how the PeriFlux 6000 Combined System offers the unique capability to simultaneously assess both Toe Pressure and PVR as well as measure Transcutaneous Oxygen in the tissue with one system saving limbs, lives, cost and reducing human suffering.
The PeriCam PSI has been proven to be a useful tool in a range of different fields within the area of neovascularization and angiogenesis research.
The PeriCam PSI enables the researcher to follow the same subjects longitudinally, saving time and money by reducing the number of animals needed for a study.
The PeriCam PSI – the world leading imaging tool for Brain research.
The unique combination of high spatial resolution, large field of view and high
frame rate makes the PeriCam PSI the ideal instrument for high quality brain
images and monitoring of fast changes.