Choose from a wide range of invasive and non-invasive systems for acquisition of high-fidelity cardiovascular data, from humans and other animals. Streamline your analysis with LabChart's specialized software Add-Ons for PV Loop, Cardiac Output, Blood Pressure and ECG Analysis.


Blood flow - Invasive

Record and analyze blood flow in small and large animals.

Blood flow - Non-invasive

Record relative changes in blood flow and skin perfusion in humans or animals.

Blood pressure - Invasive

We have everything you need to measure blood pressure in both animals and humans, from atria to arteriole. 

Blood pressure - Non-invasive

Obtain blood pressure measurements from mice (and men) unobtrusively using our tail (or finger) cuff systems. 

Cardiac output

Determine cardiac output in the working heart by thermodilution or Pressure-Volume loop analysis.

Electrocardiography (ECG/EKG)

Acquire quality data first time with our software-controlled bioamplifiers. Visualize the electrical activity of the heart with the ECG Analysis Add-On for LabChart.

Heart rate variability (HRV)

Use ECG, blood pressure or arterial pulse recordings to investigate the interplay between sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.

Isolated heart - Langendorff

Achieve continuous recording of multiple cardiac parameters such as Left Ventricular Pressure and Vascular resistance with a complete Langendorff system. 

Isolated heart - Working Heart

Examine the influence of preload and afterload on cardiac work during perfusion using a complete Working Heart System. 

Pulse oximetry

Record your test subject’s pulse and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) with one of our non-invasive pulse oximeters.


Record a varying range of biopotentials, pressure signals, activity and temperature from freely moving animals.

Ventricular pressure & volume

Experience the simplicity of recording and analyzing left ventricular pressure-volume data from small and large animals with our complete MPVS Ultra Systems.



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