Animal research infusion pump SMP200
1-channelcontinuousambulatory

animal research infusion pump
animal research infusion pump
animal research infusion pump
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Characteristics

Applications
for animal research
Number of channels
1-channel
Type
continuous, ambulatory, multi-function, single use, implantable, intrathecal drug delivery
Patient type
for rats
Other characteristics
programmable

Description

Unleashing Programmable & Targeted Drug Delivery with iPRECIO minipumps. They are the only programmable refillable and implantable drug delivery devices on the market. Easily program your required Pharmacokinetics (PK) Accurate patented Rotary Finger Method Every pump is factory tested and calibrated Better than ±5% accuracy 0, 0.2, 0.5 and 1.0µl/hour to 30.0 µl/hour in 0.1µl/hour steps 294 discreet infusion flow-rates Programmable infusions protocols (simple and complex) Battery life of up to 6 months (continuous 1.0µl/hour) Totally implanted in subcutaneous space Refillable (reservoir) percutaneously via refill port with re-sealable septum With iPRECIO® catheters, test your drug's effects nearly anywhere Easy to use menu driven software for infusion protocol programming Administration route or site- subcutaneous (SC), intravenous (IV), Intraperitoneal (IP), ICV, IT,..... “This implantable infusion pump uses a patented, microprocessor controlled peristalsis mechanism for accurate controlled flow. It is the only implantable and programmable pump for small laboratory animals. iPRECIO® can infuse fluids continuously for as long as six months and it can be refilled via a percutaneously accessible port. ” Unleashing Programmable & Targeted Drug Delivery with iPRECIO minipumps. They are only programmable refillable and implantable drug delivery devices on the market.

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