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In Vivo Modeling. James Swick, PhD CSO LyChron, LLC. In Vitro vs. In Vivo Studies. Device application Target organ system Intended treatment Expected outcome The model The in vivo study. Device Application. Purpose of the device. Who is expected to use the device?

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In vivo modeling

In Vivo Modeling

James Swick, PhD

CSO

LyChron, LLC

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


In vitro vs in vivo studies

In Vitro vs. In Vivo Studies

  • Device application

  • Target organ system

  • Intended treatment

  • Expected outcome

  • The model

  • The in vivo study

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


Device application

Device Application

  • Purpose of the device.

  • Who is expected to use the device?

  • Method of application.

  • Ergonomics

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


Target organ system

Target Organ System

  • Cardiovascular

  • Gastrointestinal

  • Urinary/Reproductive

  • Musculoskeletal

  • Respiratory

  • Central Nervous System

  • Ophthalmic

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


Expected outcome

Expected Outcome

  • What is your intention?

    • What is the intended effect?

    • What complications may arise from your application?

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


Intended treatment

Intended Treatment

  • Identify anatomical and physiological constraints.

  • Device deployment/application issues.

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


The model

The Model

  • What have others used?

  • What was their experience?

  • How can you avoid other’s pitfalls?

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


In vivo study

In Vivo Study

  • Study design

  • Available resources

  • Where to perform the research

  • Pilot study vs. data for submission

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


Acute vs chronic

Acute Study

Initial/pilot study

Developmental stage

Evaluate biological requirements

Chronic Study

Biocompatibility

Evaluate long-term effects

Establish requirements for transition to clinical trials

Acute vs. Chronic

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


The procedure

The Procedure

  • Surgical vs. medical

  • Minimally invasive vs. open

  • Catheter based

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


The lab

The Lab

  • Experience of the technical staff

  • Professional support

  • Regulatory compliance and resources

  • Track record

  • Available resources

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


Regulatory

Regulatory

  • USDA - Animal Welfare Act

  • FDA - 21CFR part 58

  • DEA

  • NRC

  • PHS

  • OSHA

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


The launch

The Launch

J. Swick, PhD LyChron, LLC


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