The Anesthesia Machine Pole Mount is a type of mount that is used to securely attach an anesthesia machine to a pole in a veterinary setting. This allows for easy positioning of the machine while freeing up valuable floor space. The pole mount is designed to ensure the stability and safety of the machine, helping to prevent accidents and equipment failure.
Our R620 enhanced mobile upgrade version is a Small Animal Anesthesia Machine that can move freely. Applicable to a variety of animals: mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, cats, and other animals within 7 kg can be applied.
These masks provide a convenient way of artificial ventilation or administration of anesthetic gases to Feline or Canine patients and feature a high-quality plastic cone for […]
The Rodent Pulse Oximeter is used to measure the vital signs of rodents non-invasively using sensor clips. Arterial oxygen saturation (SpO2), heart rate, breath rate, pulse distension, and temperature can be measured on anesthetized and conscious animals. The Rodent Pulse Oximeter is available with several sensors, including thigh, paw, collar, tail, and foot sensors.
The Rodent Pulse Oximeter utilizes simple, non-invasive sensor clips to monitor the vital signs of rodents. The sensor clips can be easily attached to the subject, and the data can be retrieved and monitored in real-time on your PC.
ConductScience offers the Rodent Pulse Oximeter.
An oxygen supply designed for veterinary clinical applications. Using the principle of molecular sieve pressure swing adsorption, using air as raw material, physical separation of high-purity oxygen meets the various clinical needs of veterinarians and is widely used in veterinary clinical operations, postoperative, ICU, and first aid oxygen supply.
The Veterinary oxygen concentrator is a device that is used to provide supplemental oxygen to animals. The concentrator works by separating oxygen from the air, increasing the concentration of oxygen, and delivering it to the animal through a mask or other delivery device. Oxygen concentrators can provide a continuous supply of oxygen, making them a convenient and efficient way to support animals with breathing difficulties or other medical conditions that require supplemental oxygen. In a veterinary setting, oxygen concentrators are used to help animals recover from surgery or other medical procedures, or to treat conditions such as respiratory distress or heart disease.