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Ugo basile 手持式壓力測定儀 P.A.M. Pressure Application Measurement

產品型號: 38500
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Ugo Basile 手持式壓力測定儀 (Pressure Application Measurement, PAM) 是一款專為關節炎研究設計的測量機械性疼痛耐受度的新型工具,特別適合用於實驗鼠的膝蓋或足踝關節疼痛評估
您亦可添購腳掌專用的壓力感測頭,即可將此設備改成腳掌腫痛量測工具
實驗操作人員只需在自己一大拇指套上一個特製的力感測器,儀器將記錄受試動物的受力過程,直至動物掙扎。儀器配備了兩個力感測器,分別用於大鼠和小鼠

產品特點

  • 包含小鼠與大鼠專用配件,無需額外添購
  • 充電式設計,可在無插座環境下使用
  • 體積輕巧,攜帶方便
  • 可選配腳掌量測專用感測器

 

Ugo Basile 手持式壓力測定儀 (Pressure Application Measurement, PAM) 是一款專為關節炎研究設計的測量機械性疼痛耐受度的新型工具,特別適合用於實驗鼠的膝蓋或足踝關節疼痛評估


您亦可添購腳掌專用的壓力感測頭,即可將此設備改成腳掌腫痛量測工具


實驗操作人員只需在自己一大拇指套上一個特製的力感測器,儀器將記錄受試動物的受力過程,直至動物掙扎。儀器配備了兩個力感測器,分別用於大鼠和小鼠

 
The P.A.M. (Pressure Application Measurement) device is a novel tool for measuring mechanical pain threshold. It was specifically designed and validated for Arthritis research and is therefore especially suited to assess joint hypersensitivity in rodent knees or ankles. 

The PAM device can also be used to measure mechanical sensitivity in the mouse or rat paw, by using a specific Paw Pressure Transducer (optional).

The PAM applies a quantifiable force for direct stimulation of the joint and for automatic readout of the response.

The operator simply wears a special force sensor on his or her thumb and the peak amplifier measures the force which elicits the animal response (normally, limb withdrawal).

Each PAM device comes standard with two force sensors, which have been specially designed to apply force to rat and mouse joints.

The device includes as standard both a control unit with internal memory and the NEW DCA software for signal monitoring, data transfer and analysis. Once saved, data can be browsed on the control unit and/or trasferred to a PC in proprietary, Excel (.xls) or text (.txt) format, to be managed by most statistical analysis packages available on the market.

產品規格

  • Resolution: 0.1g
  • Maximum applicable Force: 1500g
  • Weight 1.4Kg
  • Shipping Weight 2.7Kg
  • Packing 46x38x27cm

應用領域

Arthritis is associated with chronic, debilitating pain in the joints. Current metrics of arthritic pain in animal models are indirect, by scoring the level of motor activity or the animal weight distribution (Barton et al. 2007); while correlating well with the level of joint pain, their metric is a composite picture of complex pain responses, and provides little direct information about local stimulation and locally-evoked responses.

The quantification of localized joint hypersensitivity is not common in animal experiments; in this sense the PAM device represents a step forward toward multifactorial measurement of pain-related behavior in animal research; the PAM is the first instrument designed specifically to apply force to the joint and automatically detect the animal response.

 

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