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Intravenous Injection in the Rat

Intravenous Injection in the Rat

Intravenous administration of material can be technically difficult, and use of a restraining device is often required. These should be selected carefully to be an appropriate size for the animal to be injected. Too small a device can result in injuries to the animal, and can interfere with respiratory movements. Too large a restrainer can also result in injury, caused by movements during restraint…

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Intravenous Injection in the Mouse

Intravenous Injection in the Mouse

Intravenous administration of material can be technically difficult, and use of a restraining device is often required. These should be selected carefully to be an appropriate size for the animal to be injected. Too small a device can result in injuries to the animal, and can interfere with respiratory movements…

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ADMINISTRATION
OF SUBSTANCES

A series of tutorials to assist research workers develop their skills in the administration of substances to laboratory animals.

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