Microdialysis is used by both clinicians and researchers to monitor chemical changes in tissue and blood.
As chemical changes precede clinical symptoms, microdialysis provides a time advantage, giving doctors the opportunity to understand the course of the disease long before symptoms occur – a window of opportunity – Tomorrow Today.
Microdialysis also provides information that cannot be accessed in other ways. This additional knowledge provides improved conditions for the clinician to understand the patient’s situation and optimize the treatment.
Microdialysis is used globally by top universities, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies.
Microdialysis is mainly used in neuro intensive care at present, but there are great opportunities for clinics in other areas to benefit from this unique technology.