For noninvasive blood pressure

emka TECHNOLOGIES offers the CODA system from Kent Scientific, to perform noninvasive blood pressure measurements in mice and rats.

Blood pressure is measured in the tail of the mouse or rat using Volume Pressure Recording (VPR) sensor technology.

This screening tool eliminates the need for surgery and anesthesia.

Accurate & consistent measurement

  • Up to 8 rodents on the same system
  • Automatically measure blood pressure in real-time
  • 99% accurate to direct blood pressure & telemetry
  • Clinically validated Volume Pressure Recording (VPR)
  • Diastolic blood pressure measured, not just a calculated value
  • Dark-skinned mice (C57BL/6) without difficulty
  • Awake or anesthetized animals
  • MRI compatibility : anesthetized animals in a radiological environment

Basic setup

The CODA™ system includes:

  • A custom platform with an animal holder, a cuff and a warming pad
  • A controller with automatic inflation/deflation feature
  • A data acquisition software with automatic blood pressure measurements
  • A specially designed pump to rapidly and automatically coordinate the occlusion cuff inflation and deflation cycles with the blood pressure signal acquisition.


4 models are available:

  • CODA MonitorTM , for 1 animal (integrated display & software, no computer needed)
  • CODA™ 4, 6 or 8  system, for the study of up to 4, 6 or 8 animals


The supplied software allows real-time monitoring of parameters and can simultaneously acquire measurements from 48 animals (six CODA 8 systems). 


The CODA monitor integrates the blood pressure display and software. No computer needed!

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