Features Conduct Science coronal brain matrices are crafted from stainless steel. They aid in the dissection of specific regions of a rodent brain, enabling the investigator […]
Features Conduct Science Sagittal Brain Matrices are used to section the brain into sagittal slices. Crafted from stainless steel, they aid in the dissection of specific […]
Mouse Kit Cat.No. Product Description Qty S31011-01 11# Scalpel Blades (Box of 100pcs) 1 S32001-12 Scalpel Handles 3# Solid-12cm 1 S33007-12 ZIEGLER Knives-4mm Cutting 1 […]
Weight Drop TBI models are used to replicating focal cerebral contusions as well as traumatic, diffuse brain injury by axonal damage. Attach a metal loop to the top end of the desired weight allowing the fishing line to be fastened to the weight. The plastic guide tube is held in place with a clamp stand and positioned above the scored tin foil. The fishing line is then attached through the metal loop to the weight ensuring that the bottom of the weight hangs freely over the scored tin foil. The fishing line is then connected to the clamp stand, and the weight is drawn up through the plastic guide tube with the fishing line and secured in its position with an Allen key pin.
Conduct Science offers weights for the Weight Drop TBI Model.
Anesthesia breathing bags are devices used in the administration of anesthesia. They are used to manually ventilate a patient during surgery when a mechanical ventilator is not available. The bags come in various sizes and are made of latex or latex-free materials. They are connected to an anesthesia machine or a simple oxygen source, and the clinician squeezes the bag to deliver breaths to the patient.
A rodent anesthesia breathing circuit is a system that delivers anesthetic gases to a small rodent during surgical procedures.
The anesthetic gas is delivered to the animal through the circuit tubing, allowing the animal to breathe in the anesthetic and maintain unconsciousness throughout the procedure. The rebreathing bag captures exhaled gases and recycles them back into the circuit, helping to conserve the anesthetic gas. The reservoir bag acts as a backup supply of oxygen, while the gas scavenging system captures and removes waste anesthetic gases from the environment.
Broome Rodent Restrainer is one of the most convenient types of restrainer for ease of use as it allows for both hands to be used when injecting the test subject’s caudal vein. Our Broome restrainer is made up of the finest quality acrylic and comes in a variety of sizes. Choosing the right size of the restraint is vital; if the restraint is too large the animal can easily turn around, and if the restraint is too small the animal might not be able to breathe properly.
Broome rodent restrainer is a cylindrical device that is closed on one end. An open groove extends from the opening to the center of the endplate for the adjustment of the nosepiece. On the adjacent side of the open groove, a slit that runs the entire length of the tube aids to get access to the rodent’s tail.
ConductScience offer Broome Rodent Restrainers.
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