Animal research ventilator UMV-03
pneumaticfor ratsfor mice

animal research ventilator
animal research ventilator
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for animal research
Patient type
for rats, for mice, for guinea pigs
Other characteristics
with adjustable PEEP


Ventilator/ Respirator, specially built for respiration of mice, rats and guinea pigs and general inhalation anaesthesia with an endotracheal canula. Standard the UNO ventilator is equipped with a connection for Anaesthetic gas (mixture), controlls for Frequency, volume and minimum/ maximum pressure, a "circle" system and the possibility for P.E.E.P. settings (f.i. with open thorax surgery). It is also possible to place the animal under a microscope or in a Stereotakt or waterbath because of the ± 80cm long flexible hoses and endotracheal-canula connection. The unit needs a gas supply (Air, O2 or mixture). Characteristics: Tidal Volume setting at the ventilator (without counter pressure): 0,1ml - 24ml Extremely small dead volume Effective volume (with counter pressure & endotracheal tube): 0,0ml - 12ml* *(depending on size of the endotracheal tube) Frequency (resporatory rate): 15 - 200/ min Minimum and maximum pressure setting Pressure settings:≥ 0 mbar - up P.E.E.P. adjustment available Sinus pressure pattern following the natural breathing pattern of awake mice and rats (insp./expiration = 1:1). Because of the design of the unit, there is no danger of peak pressure in the lungs of the animals during ventilation (compared with valve operated ventilators) Circle System with CO2 absorber To be easily connected to a flowmeter/ vaporizer unit Distance between UMV and animal position: upto 1 meter With extended gas supply- and gas exhaust tubing - the connection of the intubation tube is projected on a flexible supply- and exhaust tubing (which is part of the "Circle" system).
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