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    To Measure Is To Know:

    Transonic is the global manufacturer of precision biomedical measurement instrumentation. Founded in 1983, Transonic sells its gold standard transit-time ultrasound flowmeters and ultrasound dilution monitors along with Laser Doppler perfusion monitors, pressure and pressure volume and telemetry systems to clinicians and researchers worldwide.


    Transonic hallmarks are innovative engineering, an incomparable application library and exemplary
    customer support.
    Contact us for your flow measurement needs.

    Events News
    PV Loop Webinar Series
    04/09/2014
    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. Known as a gold standard for hemodynamic research and cardiac function, PV loops are an essential tool for many research applications, including models of heart failure, pharmacological studies, and stem cell research. This web series will include a number of individual webinars sponsored by industry guests – topics will include physiology essentials, available technologies and their theory of operations, and data analysis and statistical considerations. This is an essential web series for the cardiovascular scientist – register today for more information. more details »
    Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Society
    04/11/2014
    Transonic's AureFlo® Surgical-QA System is used during CABG surgery with Transonic's Optima Flowmeter and Perivascular Flowprobes to measure, display, capture and document absolute volume flow in vessels. more details »
    2014 Spring NIH Research Festival
    04/23/2014
    Come visit us at booth #763 to learn how Transonic can help you with your research! For 30 years, Transonic has provided researchers with the gold standard in volume flow measurements for perivascular studies and bench flow systems. more details »
    Experimental Biology 2014
    04/26/2014
    Transonic is the global leader in blood flow measurement technology. Implantable ultrasonic transit-time probes measure cardiac output, coronary, renal, mesenteric or carotid artery blood flow in conscious animal protocols. more details »
    American Association for Thoracic Surgery's Annual Meeting
    04/26/2014
    Transonic's AureFlo® Surgical-QA System is used during surgery with Transonic's Optima Flowmeter and Perivascular Flowprobes to measure, display, capture and document absolute volume flow in vessels. more details »
    American Heart Association's Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology 2014 Scientific Sessions
    05/01/2014
    Transonic is the global leader in blood flow measurement technology. Implantable ultrasonic transit-time probes measure cardiac output, coronary, renal, mesenteric or carotid artery blood flow in conscious animal protocols. more details »
    Vascular Access Society of America's 2014 Symposium
    05/02/2014
    Transonic is the recognized global leader in biomedical flow measurement technology and provides the measurements that clinicians need to optimize access flow. more details »
    18th European Vascular Course
    05/12/2014
    For vascular surgeons looking for quantitative hemodynamic measurements to improve outcomes, Transonic Systems® provides precision measurement solutions for quality patient care. more details »
    The 34th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons (JCNS)
    05/16/2014
    For Neurosurgeons looking for quantitative hemodynamic measurements to improve outcomes, Transonic Systems® provides precision measurement solutions for quality patient care. more details »
    A New Quantitative Microvascular Surgical Tool: Direct Volume Flow Measurement
    Transonic’s new line of microvascular flow probes are designed to assist the surgeon’s assessment of blood flow with accurate, quantitative volume flow measurements. Microprobes are available in 0.7mm, 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, and 3mm sizes. Their flexible neck permits optimal probe positioning and easy measurement of flow in blood vessels or grafts from 0.5 to 4.0mm. Full Article »
    Live “Living donor Liver Transplant” Video
    Transonic Flowprobes provide critical measurements to assure hepatic artery and portal vein patency during orthotopic liver transplantation. Special thanks to Dr. Jean Emond, Chief of Transplant at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, NYC for the footage provided by his A2ALL Cohort study. Full Article »
    Minimally Invasive MILLER Banding Instructional Video
    The revolutionary Minimally Invasive Limited Ligation Endoluminal-assisted Revision or MILLER Banding Procedure, developed by Dr. Gregg Miller, utilizes Transonic’s HVT100 Endovascular Flowmeter and ReoCath® Catheters to make precise flow reductions to high-flow fistulas in a simple outpatient procedure. Full Article »
    Transonic Probes Used in the Development of Cutting Edge Astro Surgery for Extended Space Flights!
    Transonic probes used in the development of cutting edge Astro surgery procedures for extended space flights! Full Article »
    Transonic Supports Surgeon’s Dream for Ethiopian Children’s Heart Center and Training Facility
    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 An Flow-based Approach to Relieve Dialysis Access-Related Steal Syndrome (DASS)1
    Dialysis access-related steal syndrome (DASS), caused by lack of blood flow distal to the AV access, is a growing problem as the number of autologous arteriovenous fistulas (AVFs) increases. DASS management must balance the relief of the distal ischemia with the need to preserve a viable access for dialysis.

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