Helping researchers to better understand the interactions between neurological and cardiovascular systems has been at the forefront of our recent developments:
Combining surface ECG monitoring and respiration by plethysmography, ecgTUNNEL is a plug-and-play system for snapshot ECG recordings and respiration data in rodents that eliminates the need for surgery and anesthesia.
It allows you to avoid complications or adverse side effects encountered with the use of anesthesia, implantation, or at-risk/fragile models, favoring experiments that comply with the 3R’s and IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee ) protocols.
High throughput screening for phenotyping, model development, disease progression, drug effects, etc. allows for efficient and cost–effective assessment of large cohorts.
Kimberly Londer BS works at the BioMET Center, in the University of Maryland. She is using ecgTUNNEL to capture ECG on young mice.
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