Intermittent Infusion Systems for Rodents are used when there are breaks between dosing sessions. This may be part of the study design, or it may be part of a 3Rs initiative to reduce animal numbers by reusing rodents for multiple studies. In order for these studies to be successful, it must be very easy to connect and disconnect the animals. The system must also have built-in features that make catheter maintenance clean and easy. Similar to continuous infusion studies, these systems require pump, swivel, swivel mount, tethers, extension lines and a catheter. But for intermittent studies, the focus is on keeping everything working while the animal isn't connected. If you don't see what you need, then please reach out to us; whether it's for chronic infusion, infusion with PK blood collection, or infusion in an uncommon species, we can help create the system that works for you.