Data Security Option
Study Protocol Option
Ponemah Version Matrix
Software Escrow Agreement
Dataquest ART Features Chart
Telemetry Data Review System
Dataquest ART Analysis
Solid Tip ECG Lead
DSI Exchange Program
DSI Pre-pay Exchange
DSI Telemetry Signal Simulator
RPC-1 Small Animal Receiver
RMC-1 Receiver for Large Animals
Data Exchange Matrix
RMC-1 Right Angle Connector
DSI APR-1 (Ambient Pressure Reference)
Adapters and Converters
VivaQuant In-line Filter
JET Blood Pressure
Whole body plethysmography
Bias Flow Generators
iPRECIO is Implantable
iPRECIO is Programmable
iPRECIO is Refillable
Blood Glucose Monitoring
Signal Conditioners and Amplifiers
7700 Series Signal Conditioners
7700 Series Amplification Options and Accessories
7700 Series Isolated/Defibrillation Protected ECG and General Purpose Probes
ACQ-16 Acquisition Interface Unit
Real Time Analysis Software Modules - No Programming Required
The Real Time Analysis capabilities of the Ponemah Physiology Platform consist of a library of pre-programmed, validated software analysis modules. The software analysis modules have been developed and proven in the life science research community for over 17 years.
The Blood Pressure Analysis Module can analyze pressure from the circulatory system and can derive, on a beat-to-beat basis, values for the cardiac cycle such as Systolic, Diastolic, HR, and +/-dP/dt.
Blood Pressure Respiration
The Blood Pressure Respiration (BPR) Analysis Module can analyze any pressure from the circulatory system and can derive, on a beat-to-beat basis, respiration values from the cardiac cycle. In order for the BPR analysis to function properly, a BP channel needs to be configured and the BPR channel must be associated with the acquired BP channel.
Left Ventricular Pressure
The Left Ventricular Pressure Analysis Module was developed to specifically analyze the left ventricular pressure from the heart. Some of the on-line derived parameters include LVEDP, HR, +/-dP/dt, Q-A interval and Tau. As with all modules, derived data can be reported in a beat-to-beat or time averaged presentation.
The Electrocardiogram and Multi Lead Analysis Modules analyze ECG complexes. Over 30 derived parameters can be calculated for every complex on a beat-to-beat basis and presented in real time while acquiring or replaying data. Examples include RR Interval, Corrected QT calculations, and a host of wave heights and cross lead comparisons.
The Diaphragmatic EMG (dEMG) Analysis Module is used to calculate respiratory parameters from EMG data acquired from the diaphragm. Tidal Volume, Minute Ventilation, and Respiration Rate are examples of derived outputs available in breath-to-breath or time averaged presentations.
The purpose of the Electromyogram Analysis Module is to compute physiologically meaningful parameters from digitized EMG data. The analysis functions by applying a series of logical tests to the digitized EMG signal using criteria selected by the user to generate the Integral of the rectified signal as well as the Peak.
The Action Potential Analysis Module identifies common parameters such as Maximum, Minimum and Plateau voltages. User defined Recovery Points as well as rates of change are also generated by this module.
Coronary Blood Flow
The Coronary Blood Flow Analysis Module derives typical flow information such as Maximum and Minimum Flow, Mean, Stroke Volume and Cardiac Output. When coupled with the Left Ventricular Pressure Module, the addition of timing information from this module allows for flows and volumes to be calculated specific to the Systolic and Diastolic portions of the cardiac cycle.
Pulmonary Airflow & Airway Resistance
The Pulmonary Air Flow Analysis Module calculates, on a breath-to-breath basis, values for the respiratory cycle obtained from plethysmograph boxes or pneumotachs. Tidal volume, peak flows and PEnh are examples of the derived output that are available.
Pulmonary Compliance & Resistance
The Pulmonary Compliance and Resistance Analysis Module analyzes air flow and pressure signals to derive Compliance, Resistance and Conductance values. Additional derived output for various flows pressures and volumes are also available.
Pulsatile Tissue & Gut Motility
The Pulsatile Tissue & Gut Motility Analysis Module calculates, on a contraction-to-contraction basis, derived values such as Maximum and Minimum values, Average (AUC) and Rate. Numerous other parameters can be generated in real time such as first and second derivatives.
The Pulmonary Volume analysis module analyzes volume signals obtained from devices such as the D70-PCTR transmitter. It calculates, on a breath-to-breath basis, values for respiratory volume, flow and a host of other calculated parameters.
Systemic Blood Flow
The Systemic Blood Flow Analysis Module analyzes both coronary and systemic blood flow. Common derived parameters generated from the Systemic Blood Flow analysis include, but are not limited to, Max and Min Flow, Stroke Volume, and Cardiac Output.
The Unrestrained Plethysmography Analysis Module analyzes signals obtained from free-roaming chambers. Derived values for Flow and Volume measurements, as well as PEnh, are examples of measurements performed by this module.
Further enhance analysis and/or GLP capabilities with optional add-ons:
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