The Importance of Clamp-On Flowmeters In Organ Preservation Devices
Every year, thousands of people need an organ transplant to survive. Like life itself, donated organs are precious. Simply having these rare organs on hand is not enough. Why? Because preservation is arguably just as important as the organs. It makes sense, doesn’t it? After all, the organs mean nothing if they aren’t in good condition by the time they reach the transplant table.
Enter the organ preservation device.
These devices are truly a miracle of science. Like the name implies, they help to ensure that donated organs remain healthy. This is achieved through vigilant monitoring systems derived from an array of integrated sensors. In order to maintain an organ’s optimal condition, temperature, pressure, and perfusion flow needs to be monitored very closely.
The Benefit of Integrating Clamp-On Flowmeters
Of all the sensors used to bring organ preservation devices to life, flowmeters may be one of the most vital. When noninvasively clamped onto the outside of the tubing, the flow meters can measure the perfusion to two organs. This means that flow can be monitored throughout the transplant process.
Non Contact Flow Meter Sensors
We offer a variety of clamp-on flowmeters to fit a multitude of applications. If you can’t find what you’re looking for on our website, feel free to give us a call. We specialize in sensor customization. That means we can manufacture sensors specifically for your needs. Our experienced team of engineers have constructed sensors for a plethora of medical applications. Let us help you design an organ preservation device that operates at top efficiency.