Evaluating inflammatory response
The Plethysmometer is specially designed for evaluating experimentally induced inflammatory response.
The system assesses change in paw volume and can be used to screen for potential anti-inflammatory or anti-oedema properties.
The water displacement produced by immersing the animal’s paw in the measuring tube is reflected into an interconnected secondary tube that contains a conductive solution.
An electrode measures the change in conductance between the two electrodes and an output signal is generated to indicate the volume displaced.
A test button allows the researcher to easily check the conductivity of the solution before measurement.
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