With its simple design, the easyTEL+ is highly customizable and provides clean data at a cost-effective price.
Up to 32 animals can be group-housed in the same room or cage, with no cross talk. Group-housing advantages include reduced stress and subject socialization, helping with the 3R’s* of research.
Quality of Signal (QoS) is available as its own signal, continuously monitoring the connection quality between the implant and the acquisition PC, and quickly detecting any change in the radiofrequency environment. QoS can be used to automatically differentiate between true events and data loss to avoid incorrect analysis (i.e. long RR intervals).
*Replacement, reduction, refinement
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Solid-tip electrodes are available, providing an intravascular ECG with a better signal to noise ratio compared to subcutaneous placement, while avoiding the thoracotomy required in an epicardial surgery.
easyTEL+ implanted telemetry is a customizable system, easy to implement and to manage, offering continuous reliable data recording during up to 330 days.
A variety of physiological signals, including biopotentials, blood pressure, respiratory rate, temperature, and postural activity data can be recorded, depending on the implant model.
L size implants are larger and offer a higher battery life, while M2 size implants were designed with toxicology studies in mind. Lighter and smaller, with 2F or 4.5F pressure catheters, M2 implants are intended for subcutaneous placement in small primates or other large animal models used in toxicology.
Optional synchronized signals, including video and non-invasive endpoints, can be combined with easyTEL+ system (see configuration & extension section).
easyTEL+ system design is compact, with a direct receiver-computer link, and easy to use, with no external antenna and a collar on Left Ventricular Catheter, for an easier implantation.
Implants are priced for a single use, eliminating the need for refurbishment and associated logistics (implants can be re-implanted as long as battery lasts).
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