The Anesthesia Induction Chamber is used to confine the rodent in a closed space during anesthesia procedures. The transparent material helps in visualizing the physical state of the subject; thus preventing accidental overdosing.
An anesthesia induction chamber for rodents is a small, enclosed space designed to safely administer inhaled anesthesia to small animals such as mice or rats. The chamber is typically made of clear plastic and has a small opening for the animal to enter. Inside, the chamber has a supply of anesthetic gas, such as isoflurane, which is used to induce and maintain anesthesia during procedures. The chamber is connected to a gas source and a ventilation system to ensure that the animal is breathing the correct concentration of anesthetic gas throughout the procedure. Anesthesia induction chambers are commonly used in research settings to ensure the safety and comfort of the animals during experiments.
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