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Pressure Transducer – MP3X/45

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Pressure Transducer, BSL
Part #: SS13L

The SS13L is used to measure direct arterial or venous blood pressure in animals, or to record the pressure changes within an in-vitro circuit such as a Langendorff heart preparation. Connect to tubing via the standard rotating Luer Lok tube fittings. The cable terminates in a connector interface for an MP3X or MP45 unit. The transducer comes with a Velcro strap for easy mounting. The transducer is supplied non-sterile but can be sterilized using ethylene oxide (ETO) gas. Replacement transducers (RX104A) can be purchased without the cable, making this a very economical solution.

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Categories: Transducers - Education, Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Blood Pressure & Accessories - Education, Blood Pressure & Accessories - Research

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