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Small animal restrainers for NIBP, replacement

These plexiglass restrainers are used with the NIBP200A or NIBP250 Small Animal Tail Blood Pressure Systems.

Size options include:

  • RXRESTR-MICE for mice 10-25 g (for NIBP200A only)
  • RXRESTRAINER-L for large rats 250-350 g
  • RXRESTRAINER-M for medium rats 150-250 g
  • RXRESTRAINER-S for small rats 70-150 g
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RXRESTR-MICE for mice 10-25 g is only compatible with the NIBP200A System; it is not compatible with the NIBP250 System, which is only suitable for rats or similar small animals 100-350 g, not mice.




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