The Hot-Plate performs rapid and precise screening of analgesic drug properties on small-laboratory animals according to the ‘hot-plate test’.
This system features radiant heat applied on the animal’s tail; when the animal feels discomfort, it reacts by a sudden tail movement (tail flick)...
The Hot/Cold Plate Analgesia Meter is based on a metal plate which can be heated to 65°C and cooled to -3°C (with an ambient temperature between 20°C and 25°C).
Columbus Instruments' Hot Plate Analgesia Meter is designed for rapid and efficient screening of analgesia levels in small laboratory animals.
The Hot/Cold Plate Analgesia Meter can be heated to 65 and cooled to -3C with an electronic thermostat that maintains the temperature, displaying current values on the LCD display screen.
The IITC Hot Plate Analgesia test is used for latency testing in rats and mice. Parameters are entered via a keypad.
The IITC Plantar Analgesia Meter uses the Hargreaves Method for paw stimulation when measuring he properties of narcotic and stronger non-narcotic drugs.
The Hot Plate Analgesia Meter is used to evaluate thermal pain relfex due to footpad contact with heated surface.
Columbus Instruments' Tail-Flick Analgesia Meter provides an easy to use method in determining pain sensitivity accurately and reproducibly in rats and mice.
The new Columbus Instruments Incap incapacitance meter assesses the downward force applied by each hind-limb as it relates to injury or inflammation discomfort.
For testing animal sensitivity to pain resulting from exposure to heat or cold.
The Incapacitance test represents an unsurpassed method for assessing spontaneous pain in laboratory animal model with inflammation or nerve injury in one hind paw (neuropathy, carrageenin, incision).
SEDACOM is a polyvalent and straightforward communication software for stand-alone equipment.
The Dynamic Plantar Aesthesiometer has been designed to assess “touch sensitivity” on the plantar surface of the rodents.
Panlab holders for rodents are commonly used in behavioral experiments requiring an animal contention, immobilization or a limitation of the animal movements/displacements...
The new Hot/Cold Plate NG offers a wide temperature range, presettable in the range -5°C to 65°C and is very quick and precise in reaching and keeping the preset temperature.
The Aesthesio® set of 20 monofilaments is based on the Semmes Weinstein monofilament set, but now features retrac table head to protect the filament and allow the evaluator to carry a few around in a pocket.
The Heat-Flux Radiometer Cat. 37300 was designed to calibrate I.R. sources, in particular the Ugo Basile Tail Flick and Plantar Test, to make sure they deliver the same power flux (expressed in mW per square cm) and hence a nociceptive stimulus of the same intensity.
The 37215 Analgesy-meter is the classic device to perform Paw Pressure experiments according to the Randall-Selitto method, The Ugo Basile original design dates back to the 1960s.
IITC’s Paw Volume Meter enables researchers to measure the effectiveness of anti-inflammatory agents and agents to reduce edemic conditions.