easyTEL+ is a fully implantable digital system, that transmits physiological data from conscious freely moving laboratory animals.
Intended for use in preclinical research (primarily toxicology, pharmacology and safety pharmacology studies) and biodefense, the easyTEL+ implants are ideal for rodents > 200g such as rats.
Various models offer the ability to continuously record Biopotential (ECG*, EEG*, EMG*, EOG*), Blood pressure (Arterial and/or Left Ventricular Pressure), Respiratory rate**, Temperature and Acceleration.
*Electrocardiogram (ECG), electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyogram (EMG),
**Derived from pleural or blood pressure or diaphragmatic EMG
A typical setup includes implants, receivers, an Ethernet switch and an acquisition computer.
A single ethernet cable provides power and data transmission between the receiver and PC. Cameras can be added for synchronized video recording.
Analog implants are also available for rodents (see our models in the Technical specification section). The analog technique is older and does not allow subject group-housing.
However, it allows to collect and combine synchronized signals from implants and any other source (analog signal, biopotential electrodes, strain gauge transducers) with easyMATRIX3.
This is particularly useful for cardio or neurorespiratory applications. For instance, pleural pressure from an implant and respiratory flow from a head-out plethysmography can be simultaneously recorded, for precise resistance & compliance measurement.
A typical analog setup includes:
As easyMATRIX3 contains its own ambient pressure transducer, no external ambient pressure reference monitor is required.
Up to 8 analog signals can be simultaneously acquired and synchronized with signals coming from the implant. Additional transducers are therefore added to the basic system:
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