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Homeothermic Monitoring System targets small rodents.

Press Release Summary:

Homeothermic Monitoring System targets small rodents.

Aug 20, 2015 - Offering closed loop temperature control, Homeothermic Monitoring System utilizes small, flexible rectal probe to monitor animal's core temperature and heating pad to provide heat input. LCD touchscreen allows user to set target temperature and clearly view subject’s current core body temperature as well as set temperature at all times. If animal’s core body temperature deviates 2° from set temperature, audible alarms advise user.

Harvard Apparatus, Inc. - Holliston, MA

Original Press Release

NEW Homeothermic Monitoring System

Press release date: Aug 18, 2015

Harvard Apparatus is proud to introduce the new Homeothermic Monitoring System; a closed loop temperature control system for small rodents.

Utilizing a small, flexible rectal probe to monitor the animal’s core temperature and a heating pad to provide heat input, the subject’s core body temperature can be accurately controlled.

An easy to use LCD touch screen allows users to set a target temperature and clearly view the subject’s current core body temperature as well as the set temperature at all times. Audible alarms advise the user should the animal’s core body temperature deviate 2° from the set temperature. Heating pads are available in three sizes to fit all surgical needs.

Harvard Apparatus is a wholly owned subsidiary of Harvard Bioscience, Inc.  Harvard Bioscience is a global developer, manufacturer, and distributor of innovative and specialized products to enhance bioresearch.

For more information, contact:
Harvard Apparatus
84 October Hill Road
Holliston, Massachusetts 01746 USA
Toll Free: 800-272-2775
Phone: 508-893-8999
Fax: 508-429-5732
E-mail: techsupport@harvardapparatus.com
Web: www.harvardapparatus.com