Every second counts: Improving stroke patient outcomes through blood pressure modulation

Fiona McBryde is a Cardiovascular Physiologist at the University of Auckland, whose pre-clinical research focuses on understanding blood pressure regulation in the brain in response to ischemic stroke.

Five Unique Neuroscience Applications Using Telemetry

Find out how Kaha Sciences' suite of telemeters can be integrated into your neuroscience studies to measure intracranial pressure, seizure (EEG), sympathetic nerve activity, or tissue oxygen concentration.

Solid-state sensors at the catheter tip – Why settle for less?

Measure physiological pressures wirelessly with unparalleled accuracy, reliability, and sensitivity using Kaha Sciences pressure telemeters

The Benefits of Using Telemetry in Research

Four key benefits of using telemetry for your Cardiovascular, Neuroscience, or Autonomic research.

Tissue oxygen telemetry: How does it work and why is it beneficial to your research?

Are you interested in measuring tissue oxygen concentrations, continuously, over long periods of time? Find out how tissue oxygen can be measured in situ and why tissue oxygen telemetry could be beneficial to your research...

Four Cardiovascular Applications Using Kaha Sciences Telemetry

Take your cardiovascular research to the next level using telemetry. Find out how you can use Kaha Science's telemeters to measure physiological pressures, ECG, and sympathetic nerve activity - plus a whole lot more!

ADInstruments announces acquisition of Kaha Sciences for small animal telemetry

We are pleased to announce our acquisition of Kaha Sciences! This acquisition allows us to provide researchers with an unsurpassed solution in terms of quality and power for implantable, wireless telemetry in rats and mice.