The novel time-harmonic elastography can measure stiffness in the human brain in a gentle and non-invasive way.
Unlike conventional ultrasound scanners, which can also be used to determine the stiffness of soft organs and tissues, GAMPT’s time-harmonic elastography can also be used in deep and inaccessible organs. In particular, this feature has enabled the current breakthrough in the determination of intracranial pressure. To facilitate clinical studies preparing for the widespread use of time-harmonic elastography, the oscillating system is currently being approved as a medical device.
Our ultrasonic laboratory devices are now available. Numerous devices with the matching probes for a wide variety of applications are waiting to be used in your laboratory.
You can find the Bubble Counter Flow Lab BCFL400 and the Fluidoscope with the appropriate probes, Laboratory Measuring Devices and sensors with additional accessories.