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Share on Google+ June 3, 2015


Computed Tomography (CT) Imaging in Preclinical Research

Category : APS Service Offerings, Cardiology, In-vivo Testing, Interventional Medicine, Medical Device testing

Computed Tomography (CT) scanners have been in use for over 40 years and when it comes to aiding in clinical diagnosis, has changed the face of medical imaging. CT scans provide a higher level of detailed images than with standard X-ray or fluoroscopy. This holds especially true in the case of organs, blood vessels and muscle beds. CT scanning, when

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Share on Google+ April 27, 2015


Selecting the Appropriate Animal Model for Medical Device Testing

Category : In-vivo Testing, Medical Device testing, Study Design Consulting

Selecting the appropriate animal model for medical device testing will be one of the most important decisions made during the period of study design. The animal model selected should be as representative as possible to the target patient population. The selection process requires thorough knowledge of each species anatomy and physiology. It is equally as important to understand how each

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