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Rodent Ventilator - volume controlled respirator

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7025
The 7025 Rodent Ventilator is a positive pressure pump (according to Starling's Ventilator method), designed for use with guinea pigs, rats, mice and small birds.
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The 7025 Rodent Ventilator is a positive pressure pump (according to Starling's Ventilator method), designed for use with guinea pigs, rats, mice and small birds.
 
The 7025 drive consists of a variable speed geared motor linked by a novel variable stroke mechanism to easily interchangeable cylinder/piston assemblies. Their precisely regulated geared-motor speed provides the most accurate and reliable stroke rate control of any respirator available.
 
Motor speed is controlled by an electronic feedback-controlled drive, thus providing the most accurate and reliable stroke rate control of any respirator available.
 
Electronic noise broadcasting is negligible, and the pumps are also quiet to the ear. The 7025 can be equipped with 5, 10 or 30ml cylinder/piston assembly.
 
The operation of the ventilator may be "paused" by an external TTL logic signal (optional feature). Synchronised START/STOP feature available as optional (series 7125).
 
We have four of your respirators in our extended lab and they are wonderful - as is your service” Dr. Nicholas Price, Monash University
 
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  • Interchangeable cylinder/piston
  • Reliable mechanics 
  • Silent operation & negligible R.F. broadcasting 
  • External TTL to Pause the ventilator 
  • 5, 10, 30ml
  • Lifelong lasting
  • Quiet operation, both acoustically and electrically
  • Optional Synchronized START/STOP for demanding electrophysiology tests 
  • N.R. Jespersen et alia: “Pre-ischaemic mitochondrial substrate constraint by inhibition of malate-aspartate shuttle preserves mitochondrial function after ischaemia–reperfusion” J. Physiology 10.1113/JP273408, 2017
  • G.E. Peoples & P.L. McLennan: “Dietary Fish Oil Delays Hypoxic Skeletal Muscle Fatigue and Enhances Caffeine Stimulated Contractile Recovery in the Rat In Vivo Hindlimb” Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 10.1139, 2016
  • T.T. Troelsen et alia: “Impaired NO-mediated vasodilatation in rat coronary arteries after asphyxial cardiac arrest” Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 59(5): 654–667, 2015
  • J. K. Marshall et alia: “Intra-Operative Tissue Oxygen Tension Is Increased by Local Insufflation of Humidified-Warm CO2 during Open Abdominal Surgery in a Rat Model” PLoS One 10(4): e0122838, 2015
  • E.A. Stein et alia: “ Combination of RNA Interference and Virus Receptor Trap Exerts Additive Antiviral Activity in Coxsackievirus B3-induced Myocarditis in Mice” J. Infectious Diseases 211(4) : 613-622, 2015
  • Darach O h-Ici et alia: “ Closed-chest small animal model to study myocardial infarction in an MRI environment in real time” Intl. J. Cardiovascular Imaging 31(1): 115-121, 2014
  • G.E. Peoples et alia: “Autologous Pump-Perfused Rat Hindlimb Preparation for Investigating Muscle Function and Metabolism in Vivo” Microcirculation 20 (6): 511–523, 2013
  • R. Rudz et alia: “Acute Myocardial Infarction Inhibits the Neurogenic Tachycardic and Vasopressor Response in Rats via Presynaptic Cannabinoid Type 1 Receptor” J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap. 343: 198-205, 2012
  • A. Andersen et alia: “Ischemic Preconditioning Reduces Right Ventricular Infarct Size through Opening of Mitochondrial Potassium Channels” Cardiology 123 (3): 177-180, 2012
  • Y. Kalam et alia: “Levosimendan Does Not Improve Cardiac Output or Blood Pressure in a Rodent Model of Propranolol Toxicity When Administered Using Various Dosing Regimens” Intl. J. Toxicol. 31(2): 166–174, 2012
  • D. Bilbija et alia: “Protecting the heart through delivering DNA encoding for heme oxygenase-1 into skeletal muscle” Life Sciences 91 (17-18): 828-836, 2012
  • R. Nassini et alia: “Acetaminophen, via its Reactive Metabolite N-acetyl-pbenzo-quinoneimine and Transient Receptor Potential ankyrin-1 Stimulation, Causes Neurogenic Inflammation in the Airways and Other Tissues in Rodents” The FASEB Journal 24 : 1-13, 2010
  • S. Cicko et alia: “Purinergic Receptor Inhibition Prevents the Development of Smoke-Induced Lung Injury and Emphysema” J.Immunol. 185: 688-697, 2010
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