The Medical Device Technology Laboratory hosts research projects that aim to promote the therapy of organ dysfunctions. It has a main focus on early diagnosis and improved monitoring of a range of physiological conditions. In addition, the problem of organ storage prior to transplantation is addressed by development of devices for the assessment of vital organ parameters. Of importance is that oxygenation rate as well as flow resistance change when the organ condition deteriorates. The laboratory provides basic training in biosignal monitoring. Projects in the fields of physiological signal technology and algorithm optimization are also carried out.


  • FMC hemodialysis machines 4008, 5008 and 6008 for renal replacement therapy
  • Transport system for isolated organs with extracorporeal membrane oxygenator
  • PIOPAC units for analysis of physiological parameters
  • Varian Cary 50 UV/VIS spectrophotometer
  • Color Doppler ultrasound system Aloca SSD-4000


Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kleinekofort

Room: AU-28
Tel: +49 6142 898-4518
Email: Wolfgang.Kleinekofort(at)