Case study

A rat model of long-term deficit
following severe traumatic brain injury

The ECG monitoring of exercise in Wistar rats following Traumatic Brain Injury offers insight into possible autonomic dysregulation. This case study highlights the ability to simultaneously record ECG in subjects exercising in an open pool.

Matt McGuire, from the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, evaluated the electrocardiograms (ECG) of adult, male Wistar rats two months following severe TBI.

This case study was also discussed in January 2021, during a webinar hosted by Noldus and emka TECHNOLOGIES.

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