Lab Animal Infusion Studies

Rodent Continuous Infusion

Infusion systems for dosing and sampling from freely moving mice and rats. Systems can be configured with buttons, harnesses or externalized catheters.

Catheter Access Buttons

Rodent Harnesses

Rodent Jackets

  • Rat
  • Mouse

Externalized Catheter

  • Rat
  • Mouse

Rodent Tail Vein Infusion

Tail Vein Infusion can be used for long-term studies, or for shorter-duration imaging studies. Using the tail vein for access eliminates cut-down surgery.

Continuous Infusion

  • Rat
  • Mouse

Imaging

  • Rat
  • Mouse

Large Animal Tethered

Large Animal Tethered Infusion systems are best for studies that require large volumes of fluid, or frequent changes to dosing syringes.

Dog Infusion

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

Primate Infusion

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

Pig Infusion

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

Rabbit Infusion

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

Large Animal Ambulatory

Ambulatory infusion systems use a wearable syringe pump, allowing the animals to be group housed and minimizing animal stress.

Dog Ambulatory

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

Primate Ambulatory

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

Pig Ambulatory

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

Rabbit Ambulatory

  • Acute or Short Term Studies
  • Chronic or Long Term Studies

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