An essential webinar for scientists looking to improve research outcomes through proper application of integrated surgical monitoring in rodent research models.

In this exclusive webinar sponsored by Indus Instruments, Dr. Merry Lindsey and Dr. Corey Reynolds discuss why comprehensive surgical monitoring has become so crucial in today’s scientific research space, sharing examples of their research and how an integrated approach is central to their laboratory operation.

In addition, Graham Sattler, Product Devlopment Manager at Indus Instruments, provides a technical overview of the MouseMonitor S surgical monitoring system, reviewing key vital sign measurements, theory of operation and how scientists can get started with this novel device.

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Assistant Professor, Advanced Technology Cores
Baylor College of Medicine

Cellular and Integrative Physiology
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Dr. Merry Lindsey is Chair of Cellular and Integrative Physiology and Founding Director of the Center for Heart and Vascular Research at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Her research has led to over 200 publications, and grant support from the American Heart Association, U.S. Veterans Administration, and the National Institutes of Health.

Product Development Manager
Indus Instruments

Production Partner

Indus Instruments

Indus designs and manufactures small animal telemetry, ECG and Ultrasound monitoring products for cardiovascular research.

Scintica Instrumentation, Inc.

Scintica Instrumentation provides sales, service and support for life science research products in the US, Canada and Europe. Our product portfolio includes equipment primarily designed for use with small animals from Optiscan-ViewnVivo, Indus Instruments, Oxford Optronix, Kaha Sciences, MDE GmbH and UNO BV Anesthesia.

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