DSI PhysioTel and PhysioTel Digital Implants for Large Animals
Using DSI telemetry implants to study physiological parameters in large animals, such as dogs, primates, swine, sheep, horses, cattle and others, provides researchers flexibility, reliability and ease. DSI offers several different implant combinations to measure different parameters including pressure, biopotentials, temperature and activity. Pressures include: arterial, ocular, uterine, penile, bladder, pleural and left ventricular. Other parameter data such as heart rate, systolic, diastolic and mean pressure can also be collected. Biopotentials include ECG, EEG, and EMG as well as temperature and activity. Many DSI transmitters are capable of measuring multiple parameters simultaneously.
The design of the transmitter shape allows for subcutaneous or intraperitoneal placement and PhysioTel® transmitters can be re-sterilized between uses, extending their implant life and reducing costs.
PhysioTel Digital Telemetry
PhysioTel Digital is DSI's new fully digital large animal telemetry platform capable of monitoring animals in social housing environments.
Solid Tip ECG Lead
DSI now offers a large animal Solid Tip Lead for artifact-free ECG. Click here to learn more.
PhysioTel® Transmitter Specifications
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