Supplier Category: Preclinical Respiratory & Pulmonary Function Equipment

  • Qubit Systems Inc.

Qubit Systems Inc.

Qubit Systems Inc. specializes in the design of instrumentation for industry, research and teaching in the biological and environmental sciences.

  • Nonin Medical Inc.

Nonin Medical Inc.

Nonin's innovative and economically priced vet solutions are engineered with the same high quality as our human monitors.

  • nSpire Health

nSpire Health

nSpire Health's Clinical Trial division provides research grade diagnostic equipment as well as respiratory core lab services.

  • MGC Diagnostics

MGC Diagnostics

MGC Diagnostics design, manufacture and distribute innovative cardiorespiratory systems that noninvasively analyze breathing and other physiologic parameters.

  • Micro Direct, Inc.

Micro Direct, Inc.

Only Micro Direct offers a complete line of automated spirometers designed to meet your needs.

  • ndd Medical Technologies Inc.

ndd Medical Technologies, Inc.

ndd was founded to set new standards in pulmonary function testing by offering innovative, easy-to-use products and excellent customer support.

  • Loligo Systems

Loligo Systems APS

Loligo Systems develops new innovative products for aquatic biology, animal physiology, and behavioral research and teaching.

  • EMMS

EMMS

EMMS offers total solutions for measuring, monitoring, and recording of physiological parameters in laboratory subjects.

  • Data Sciences International

Data Sciences International

DSI is a leader in preclinical physiologic monitoring offering telemetry, instrumentation, software and services that advance science.

  • Signal Solutions LLC

Signal Solutions LLC

Signal Solutions, LLC designs and manufactures high-throughput, non-invasive signal processing hardware and software solutions for animal studies.

  • TSE Systems

TSE Systems

We provide research solutions with modular, integrated hardware and software for studies in inhalation exposure, neuroscience, drug screening, cardiovascular, behavioral and metabolic phenotyping in intact animals.

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