Tissue Oxygen

Measure tissue oxygen alongside other physiological signals using our Kaha Sciences telemetry solutions. Localized measurement of tissue oxygen can provide information on specific neuronal activity / blood flow in target regions such as the brain, kidney and muscle.

The ability to measure tissue oxygen concentration chronically is of considerable interest to researchers investigating the mechanism underpinning disease models such as dementia, stroke and cardiovascular disease.

Products and Solutions

Wireless - power and data recording

Wireless - power and data recording

High fidelity<br />signals

High fidelity

Powerful acquisition<br />and analysis<br />of telemetry signals

Powerful acquisition
and analysis
of telemetry signals

Mix & match<br />products for a<br />flexible solution

Mix & match
products for a
flexible solution

Measure tissue oxygen with our Kaha Sciences Rat tissue Oxygen Telemeter, This implantable potentiostat with carbon paste electrode is specifically designed for measuring tissue oxygen concentration in freely moving rats.

Advantages of Kaha Sciences Telemetry
Extensively used globally in academic and research institutions as well as biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, Kaha systems combine high fidelity digital telemetry with patented wireless power technology to create high-quality solutions for your physiological monitoring needs. Paired with PowerLab and LabChart, this solution sets the new standard in quality and power for implantable, wireless telemetry in rats and mice.

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Typical Studies
Cardiovascular disease
Stroke studies
Dementia studies
Memory and learning
Diurnal rhythms
Behavioural – using mazes
Respiratory/gas exchange
Pharmaceutical testing
Social interaction
Localized ischemia

Flexible Data Acquisition

ADInstruments systems provide an integrated solution to advance life science research. With the combination of LabChart or LabChart Lightning analysis software and a PowerLab data acquisition unit, you have the flexibility to collect and synchronize a wide range of signals for analysis. We also offer a range of LabChart compatible solutions able to stream directly in LabChart.


LabChart data analysis software creates a platform for all of your recording devices to work together, allowing you to acquire biological signals from multiple sources simultaneously and apply advanced calculations and plots as your experiment unfolds.

LabChart Lightning

Data acquisition and analysis re-imagined. Make unique discoveries with unlimited freedom and flexibility.


High-performance data acquisition hardware designed for life science research. PowerLab is engineered for precise, consistent, reliable data acquisition, giving you the reproducible data you need while meeting the strictest international safety standards.

PowerLab C

A modular data acquisition foundation system that provides unparalleled flexibility for researchers looking to invest in customizable, reliable solutions for both now, and in the future.

All your analysis in one place

LabChart software is designed specifically for life science data and provides up to 32 channels for data display and analysis options that are powerful and easy to use. With auto-recognition of ADI and LabChart Compatible hardware, multi-window views, one touch recording, simultaneous recording from multiple devices, specialized preconfigured settings, easy sharing options and an interface that can be customized to show only the features you want to use.


Features and Add-Ons

Additional acquisition and analysis options to support your Tissue Oxygen analysis:

LabChart Lightning
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