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Small Animal SpO2 in MRI

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Small Animal SpO2 in MRI
Part #: OXY300-MRI

Complete system for small animal SpO2 measurements in an MRI

  • Small Animal Noninvasive Vital Signs Monitor
  • Works on conscious or anesthetized subjects
  • Patented sensor supports heart rates in the range of 90-900 BPM
  • Works with neonatal mice up to 500 gram rats
  • MRI sensor works in small, large and closed bore MRI environments up to 19T
  • Analog Output adapters to BIOPAC Research System
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Animal SpO2 in MRI
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Part #: OXY300-MRI
Categories: Amplifiers - Research, MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Amplifier Modules - Research

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Quick, Easy, Accurate Way to Monitor Subject Health

  • Immediate access to Vital Signs for pre-, intra- and post-operative measurements
  • Arterial Oxygen Saturation
    • comprehensive health indicator
    • indicates lung efficiency, not just airflow
  • Heart Rate
  • Pulse Distention
    • indicates signal quality
  • Alarms for each vital sign

OXY300-MRI and DTU200 MRI Trigger Data

OXY300-MRI Systems includes

Small Animal Vital Signs Monitor – MouseOx® Plus Monitor
MRI sensor with four clips and 5′ of fiber optic cable and 15′ of standard cable
    OXY300 MRI cable
* Custom versions with up to 7′ of fiber optic cable and 30′ of standard cable can be special-ordered; please contact BIOPAC with specific requests.
* Four clips included with each sensor.  Standard orders include two thigh and two foot clips. Four of one type of clip can be special-ordered.
Analog output data unit
Adapters: 2 x 3.5 mm to RJ11 adapter (CBL122 to MP160/HLT); 2 x 3.5 mm mono phone plug to male BNC (CBL102 to MP150/UIM)

Ask about options to monitor multiple subjects.

Click “OXY300-MRI Publications” from the Support tab above to view published articles that cite use of the MouseOx® system. Choose from publications for behavioral studies, neonatal rodent studies, pharmacology & toxicology, stroke & brain injury, cardiovascular disorders, vital signs monitoring during imaging, and more!

MRI Use: Conditional

Condition: Must use MR sensor/clip and max MR field strength 19T; modules stay in control room. (See Specifications for components.)


MouseOx® is a registered trademark Starr Life Sciences Corp

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