Mike Brampton is a Bio-engineer and Physiologist with a special interest in Physiological and Vital Signs measurements in both conscious and anaesthetised patients of all species. He has worked with British Cycling and British Swimming for whom he built a submersible pulse oximeter to monitor the athletes underwater. This lead to further research at The Sea Mammal Research Unit in Scotland and the London Aquarium, where he has been monitoring free-swimming species such as seals and sharks. He introduced pulse oximetry to the veterinary field in 1980’s and also invented the 21 year old CAT Doppler. He is a member of the Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists and a Trustee of the British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council.