PV Loop Webinar Series

April 9, 2014

Join InsideScientific and industry leaders for a comprehensive web series all about the pressure-volume loop and how various technologies can be used to record these measurements from the beating heart.

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A New Quantitative Microvascular Surgical Tool: Direct Volume Flow Measurement

January 31, 2014

A New Quantitative Microvascular Surgical Tool: Direct Volume Flow Measurement Microvascular surgery involves very small blood vessels, often smaller than 1 mm in diameter. 

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Minimally Invasive MILLER Banding Instructional Video

October 16, 2013

The Minimally Invasive Limited Ligation Endoluminal-assisted Revision (MILLER) Banding Procedure allows for complete control of high flow access revision.

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Live “Living donor Liver Transplant” Video

October 16, 2013

Intraoperative Blood Flow Measurement during Adult Orthotopic Liver Transplantation ensures hepatic artery and portal vein patency.

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Transonic Probes Used in the Development of Cutting Edge Astro Surgery for Extended Space Flights!

October 1, 2013

NASA's need to perform surgery in outer space may be far off in the future, but Dr. George Pantalos of the University of Lousville’s Cardiovascular Innovation Institute is at work now developing the technology that is expected to make "astro surgery" possible on the extended space flights of the future.

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Transonic Supports Surgeon’s Dream for Ethiopian Children’s Heart Center and Training Facility

May 13, 2013

Transonic Systems (Ithaca, NY) is pleased to be able to help a German-trained Ethiopian surgeon realize his dream. Dr. Kifle Tondo, currently working in Braunschweig, Germany hopes to build a long-term clinic for children with heart disease in Ethiopia. He is also working to establish a training center, Hospital Germano, for cardiac surgery. To ensure quality assurance during cardiac surgical procedures, Transonic has donated equipment including a flowmeter and flowprobes to the center.

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Preeminent Vascular Access Management Physicians Offer a Flow-based Approach to Relieve Dialysis Access-Related Steal Syndrome (DASS)

April 25, 2013

Drs Gerald Beathard and Lawrence Spergel's 28-page review, referenced by 158 publications, offers clinicians who manage hemodialysis patients and perform vascular access procedures an invaluable summary of the symptoms, diagnostic maneuvers, and treatment options for DASS.

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Paper Presentations at ASDIN

February 21, 2013

Transonic® exhibited at the 9th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology (ASDIN), to be held in Washington, D.C., on February 15th – 17th, 2013. ASDIN is one of the fastest growing medical societies in the US, and approximately 500 physicians who specialize in vascular access procedures are expected at the 2013 meeting.

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Transonic Systems Launches AureFlo®, a Versatile System to Measure, Display and Record Absolute Volume Flow During Surgery

June 7, 2012

The AureFlo® system consists of an touch-screen Monitor with proprietary FlowTrace® software connected to a Transonic® HT300-Series–FT Flowmeter that operates the breadth of Transonic's perivascular and clamp-on flowsensors.

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Acquisition will provide boost for Transonic Systems

July 18, 2011

The holding company of Lansing’s Transonic Systems, Inc. acquired a Canadian firm in early July in a move company officials say will spark growth at both businesses. Measurement Innovation Corp. (MIC), the holding company, closed an acquisition of Scisense, Inc. of London, Ontario on July 1. In addition to Transonic, MIC owns Endosomatic Systems Inc. of Davis, Calif. and sales, marketing, and service divisions in the Netherlands, Taiwan, and Japan.

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