Lab Animal Infusion Studies

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

Rat

Mouse

  • Mouse Button
  • Mouse Harness
  • Mouse Externalized Catheter

Guinea Pigs

  • Guinea Pig Button
  • Guinea Pig Harness
  • GP Externalized Catheter

Other Species

Intermittent options include Tail Vein or quick and easy Catheter Access Buttons™. The tail vein option means no surgery is required. The CAB™ option is best for frequent connecting and disconnecting.

Rat

  • Rat Catheter Access Button™
  • Rat Tail Vein with Tail Cuff

Mouse

  • Mouse Catheter Access Button™
  • Mouse Tail Vein
  • Mouse Tail Vein for Imaging

Large Animal Tethered Infusion systems are best for studies that require large volumes of fluid, or frequent changes to dosing syringes. For very small animals, a tethered system might be the only option.

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

Ambulatory infusion systems use a wearable syringe pump, allowing animals to be group housed, and minimizing animal stress. Systems can be configured with VAPs and with several pump options.

Dog Ambulatory

  • With an Externalized Catheter

Primate Ambulatory

  • For Primates 2kg or less
  • For Primates 2kg or more

Pig Ambulatory

  • With an Externalized Catheter
  • With a Vascular Access Port (VAP)

Rabbit Ambulatory

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

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