The Anesthesia Air Pump is a device that continuously compresses air through the power system, generating air pressure, and providing an air source for the anesthesia machine. The airflow delivered by the Air Pump to the Anesthesia Machine is stable, the mechanical noise generated is small, and it can be used for a long time, which is very suitable to use as a laboratory air source.
Our Air Pump can provide the air source for the animal anesthesia machine during use. The new air pump is small in size, stable in conveying airflow, large in airflow, has low mechanical noise, and can be used continuously.
The elevated plus maze test is one of the most widely used tests for measuring anxiety-like behavior. The test is based on the natural aversion of mice for open and elevated areas, as well as on their natural spontaneous exploratory behavior in novel environments. This test has a strong validity profile for anxiolytic drug validation and screening. All open arms include 1cm high end plates to ensure the mice do not fall off the maze during exploration.
The SCI device is constructed using a steel impounder inserted into a Teflon base. The impounder is attached to the end of the hollow tube by a horizontal pin to guide the weight and to prevent it from bouncing on impact. The weight is made of Teflon coated stainless steel and is supported by a removable pin which is also used to release the weight. Rod magnet is used for retrieval of the weight after the injury.