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The Harvard Apparatus Pulsatile Blood Pump is ideal for numerous cardiovascular studies. By closely mimicking the ventricular action of the heart, the pump provides physiological advantages for perfusion, blood transfers, blood cellular profile studies and more. The positive piston action prevents changes in flow rates, overcoming any variations in resistance or back pressure. External control interfaces allow for the generation of advanced waveforms and increased control over pressure curves. Key features of the device are minimal hemolysis, models available for mice to large animals and ideal for moving emulsions, suspensions and non-Newtonian fluids.

Harvard Apparatus

www.harvardapparatus.com, 508-893-8999

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