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New blood pump helps simulate the heart's pumping action

Harvard Apparatus : 18 September, 2007  (New Product)
The new Harvard Apparatus Blood Pump allows adjustment of blood flow by two means to help simulate the pumping action of the heart.
The Blood Pump enables the user to alter the frequency of the stroke and the volume of the stroke to enable simulation of either a normal or diseased state of the heart.

The pulsatile output closely simulates the ventricular action of the heart. This action provides physiological advantages in blood flow for perfusion in cardiovascular and haemodynamic studies.

The Harvard Apparatus Blood Pump is ideal for isolated organ perfusion, whole body perfusion, Stent research, heart valve studies, and cellular blood profile studies.

There are four models available with stroke volumes adjustable from 0.05ml to 100ml per stroke.
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