mice telemetry implant / for animal research / activity / ECG
for animal research
Type of animal:
activity, ECG, EEG, EMG, heart rate, temperature
Researchers use DSI’s PhysioTel® ETA-F10 transmitter to measure biopotential (ECG, EEG or EMG), temperature and activity data in mice. The ETA-F10 is the smallest of the single channel biopotential implant offered by DSI.
The ETA-F10 is most commonly used for cardiovascular research, where ECG and heart rate data are desired; other uses include the collection of EEG data for central nervous system (CNS) applications. Similar to other biopotential transmitters, the ETA-F10 is completely implantable with flexible leads that extend from the transmitter body and serve as sensing electrodes.