Ugo basile 氣體麻醉機 21100 - Gas Anesthesia System
The Ugo Basile Gas Anesthesia machine is a compact, modular and reasonably-priced system, intended to match the highest technical requirements of animal labs that do not compromise on quality.
Typical gas anesthesia procedures involve an induction phase and a maintenance phase, which require at least:
- Flow-meter and Vaporizer
- Induction box and mask breathing circuit
- Chemical scavenger or flow hood
The unique digital flowmeter, coupled to non-refurbished vaporizers result in an innovative yet sturdy and reliable system to anesthetize animals of virtually any size (even horses!) and up to 6 animals simultaneously.
A wide range of components and accessories, most of which can be added in a scalable manner, making the system modular and with an excellent value for price, and enabling the researcher to customize and expand the anesthesia system upgrading from a basic (flowmeter and vaporizer) to a full system (with induction boxes, breathing circuits with masks of any size, switch valves, delivery systems for multiple animals, active and passive scavengers, etc.)
The blue 4 mm thick aluminum rack has a highly resistant paint to protect against stains from aggressive anesthetic liquids & solvents.
Two universal attachment block are mounted on the back, to connect the device easily to any rail or mobile floor model anesthesia rigs of sizes 25x8 mm up to 35x10mm.
|Anesthesia Systems series 21100|
|Dimensions||cm 26 (w) x 18 (d) x 26 (h)|
|Shipping Weight||12Kg approx.|
|02/N20 Anesthesia Systems series 22100|
|Dimensions||cm 40 (w) x 18 (d) x 26 (h)|
|Shipping Weight||15Kg approx.|
In the past decades, there has been a welcome increase in concern for the welfare of laboratory animal: increased use of Anesthetizing Systems is one of the results.
Anaesthetising laboratory animals is a significant improvement of research procedures, since it results in a lack of awareness of any potentially painful or distressing events: in fact, anaesthesia can be used to prevent pain during potentially painful procedures, such as surgery, or to provide a humane means of immobilising an animal for procedures, such as imaging.
When selecting a method of anaesthesia, it is important to consider the required depth and duration of anaesthesia and whether the method selected will cause the minimum of interference with the purpose of the research procedure. In addition the method of anaesthesia should ideally be simple to administer, without causing significant distress to the animal, free from undesirable side effects and allow a smooth and uncomplicated recovery.
Information on potentially suitable anaesthetic regimens can be obtained from a variety of sources, including the Named Veterinary Surgeon, and specialist laboratory animal anaesthesia and general veterinary anaesthesia textbooks.
(from "Anaesthesia | NC3Rs")