A Rapid And Simple Procedure For Chronic Cannulation Of The Rat Jugular Vein

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A Non-Invasive Method for Detecting the Metabolic Stress

jugular cannulation. This method is beneficial because it allows for multiple blood samples to be obtained as well as large quantities of blood, but it can include several drawbacks. It is difficult to keep the catheter patent and the catheter itself can serve as a source of irritation and infection (Sadoyama and Gontijo Filho, 2003, Yang et al.

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operation consisting of a simple laparotomy. After the surgical procedure, all animals were returned to their cages and were allowed to eat and dririk water ad libitum. Three weeks postoperatively, all animals underwent jug- ular cannulation, and 2 ml of blood was drawn to serve as a blank.

A simple procedure to perform intravenous injections in the

We describe a simple and feasible procedure for performing intravenous administration of substances in the gerbil. Under light anaesthesia, animals were held in dorsal recumbency anda very small incision of skin, parallel to the femoral vein on the internal side of the thigh, was made. The vein is easily accessible via thin skin incision.

A Non-Invasive Method for Detecting the Metabolic Stress

Even something as simple as an intraperitoneal (IP) saline injection can affect CORT (Harris et al., 2004). In this study the Minimally Invasive Rapid Blood (MIRB) sampling method was used; in which animals are briefly restrained (not anesthetized) while a small catheter is placed into the tail vein to collect blood.

A rapid and simple procedure for chronic cannulation of the

A rapid and simple procedure for chronic cannulation of the rat jugular vein. J. Appl. Physiol. 36(3) : 391-392. 1974.-An easy-to-prepare cannula and simple pro- cedure is described for chronic cannulation of the jugular vein of the rat. Cannulas permit blood sampling without disturbance to the animal and remain patent for as long as 2 months.