These button tethers can be surgically implanted into the backs of rats to provide an exit point for indwelling catheters (e.g. jugular). These buttons are ideal for short- and long-term infusion studies.
From the laboratory of Hao Chen, PhD, University of Tennessee.
Part of The Investigator's Annexe program.
|Material:||Polylactic acid (PLA)|
|Tested Applications:||Single channel rat infusions|
|Spring:||Compatible with most types (e.g. Lee spring, Part no. LE 014B 13 M)|
|Button Weight:||0.67 g|
|Experiment duration (recommended):||1-15 days (longer time can be achieved)|
|Lumin Diameter:||1.2 mm|
|Button Diameter:||16 mm|
|Autoclavable:||No. Can be chemically sterilized|
|Storage:||Store at room temperature|
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