Imaging StationsCustom-designed solutions for small animal handling
Animal handling - the key to acquisition of reproducible data
Vevo Imaging Station
The Vevo Imaging Station is custom-designed for small animal handling and optimal positioning. The system allows for:
- quick set-up, alignment, and adjustment of the ultrasound probe
- stable positioning of the anesthetized subject animal
- real-time monitoring of key physiological parameters including body temperature, respiration, and heart rate
The automated image-guided precision micro-injection system provides a simple and efficient method for injections or extraction procedures.
- MicroScan™ transducer for high-resolution real-time ultrasound imaging
- Vevo Mouse Handling Table for secure, humane maintenance of small animal subjects during an imaging session
- Micro-Injection system, utilizing pulled-glass capillary needles.
Simple Vevo Imaging Station
- Adjustable stand and transducer mount (does not include animal handling table or transducer)
The Simple Vevo Imaging Station is a simplified, economical animal imaging station
option, offering the stability of both the transducer and subject animal. A cost-effective improvement in image quality compared hand-scanning techniques!
Vevo Anesthesia System
The Vevo Anesthesia System is a self-contained isoflurane-based anesthesia unit driven by either compressed oxygen or medical air. The system easily integrates with our mouse and rat handling platforms. Two different configurations are available - tabletop and rolling cart.
FUJIFILM VisualSonics only recommends inhaled anesthesia for a variety of reasons, including precision control, minimization of confounding physiological effect, ease of operator use, and animal safety.
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