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EPOCH Surgical Training

Surgical Training at Customer Site

Neural Transmitter Implantation

Wireless in vivo recording

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Implant surgery
Part #: EPOCH-SURGICAL

Many customers can complete transmitter implantation with the provided guides and videos, but some may prefer hands-on, on-site training.

An EPOCH surgical technician will fly to the customer’s U.S. location* and demonstrate implanting a rat or mouse of the customer’s choice, and then watch/direct as the customer implants a second animal.

* Custom service requests and locations also available—let us know what you need!

All necessary approvals at the customer’s institution (IACUC, etc.) must be in place prior to scheduling.

Surgical Technician will bring most surgical tools; customer’s lab should have some surgical equipment.

 

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Pup, Mouse, Rat

Standard Transmitters
2-week (4 x 6 mm)
2-month (8.5 x 9.5 mm)
6-month (9.3 x 12.4)

Reusable Transmitter now available!

Long-term biopotential recording

Up to 6 months of multi-channel recording of EEG, ECG, and/or EMG

Wireless Transmitters

Amplify bioptentials and wirelessly transmit data to receiver placed under industry-standard caging system

Wireless in vivo recording
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Recommended Surgical Tools

A. Hemostat (curved)

B. Fine scissors

C. 4x Aneurism clamps

D. Toothed forceps

E. Burr tool

F. Fine burr (FST #19007-09 or equivalent)

G. Accelerant (Loctite 7452 or equivalent)

H. Cyanoacrylate (Loctite 4541 or equivalent)

I. Suture (Vicryl 4-0)

J. Electrocautery unit

Wiring diagram for single-channel ECG transmitter

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Epoch wireless in vivo recording

Epoch wireless in vivo recording - EEG monitoring

Seizure Detection using AcqKnowledge

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