Animal experiments are necessary for a better understanding of diseases and for developing new therapeutic strategies. The mouse (Mus musculus) is currently the most popular laboratory animal in biomedical research. Experimental procedures on animals often require anesthesia and/or analgesia to obtain adequate immobilization and to reduce stress or pain.
A positive pressure pump (according to Starling's Ventilator method) for cats, rabbits and small animals of similar size. Assists with breathing during anesthesia and surgery or when an animal has an injury or illness that requires respiratory support.
Highly accurate rate displayed digitally, choice of cylinder/piston assemblies (50, 100 ml), quiet, robust, high quality, and long...
Convenient, cost-effective solution to confine rodents and small animals for anesthesia procedures.
Models available in 2 sizes – smaller model for rodents and larger model for rabbits and similarly sized animals. Clear Perspex with a sliding lid. Quick connection to anesthesia or euthanasia systems using the 2 tubing connectors.