SwRI developed the first commercially available continuous arterial blood gas monitor. This medical device uses an indwelling radial artery catheter with fiber optics to measure pH, pCO2, and pO2.
SwRI's technical and support staff of more than 2,600 offers clients a broad range of bio-optical and multidisciplinary expertise to perform testing, conduct experiments and develop electro-optical products.
Raman imaging illustrates the distribution of anticancer drug paclitaxel in a live breast tumor cell.
Experience in a broad range of laser and electro-optics applications allows Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) engineers to provide clients with laboratory and commercial product design and evaluation.
- Flow cytometry
- Fiber optics
- Optical metrology
- Nanofluorescent particles
- Quantum dots
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