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HD-XG Glucose Implants

DSI12001, DSI22001

Configurations


HD-XG Glucose Implant (Mice)

DSI12001

For implantation in a single mouse. The glucose sensor is placed in the blood stream via the left carotid artery.


HD-XG Glucose Implant (Rat)

DSI22001

For implantation in a single rat. The glucose sensor is placed in the blood stream of the descending aorta.


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HD-XG Glucose Implants

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The HD-XG glucose telemetry implants for mice and rats offer researchers an ideal solution for recording continuous blood glucose, temperature, and activity measurements. Collect high quality, real-time data while reducing animal stress, minimizing measurement variability, and eliminating the data gaps associated with manually obtaining glucose test strip measurements. Useful for researchers in the fields of Diabetes & Obesity, Endocrinology & Metabolism, and Sports & Exercise.

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Overview

 

The HD-XG glucose telemetry implants are high quality cylindrical 455Hz implants, designed to be implanted in individual rats and mice. They can be implanted either subcutaneously in the right flank (<19g) or intraperitoneally (<23g). The implants allow simultaneous recordings of blood glucose*, temperature, and activity when used with compatible hardware and software (purchased separately).

The Biopotential and Glucose Telemetry Foundation System combined with your choice of implants are the perfect base to build a comprehensive solution tailored for your research. 

  • Suture rib.
  • Body volume of 1.4ml.
  • Weight 2.2g.
  • Typical cage size of 42x42x18cm.
  • Operating temperature: 34 - 41 degrees Celsius.
  • Warranted sensor life of 28 days from implantation (typically function for 6-8 weeks).
  • Warranted battery life: 6 weeks (when switched on).
  • Shelf life: 4 months.

*Blood glucose of 10-750mg/dL or 0.5-42 mmol/L

Configurations


HD-XG Glucose Implant (Mice)

DSI12001

For implantation in a single mouse. The glucose sensor is placed in the blood stream via the left carotid artery.

HD-XG Glucose Implant (Rat)

DSI22001

For implantation in a single rat. The glucose sensor is placed in the blood stream of the descending aorta.

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HD-XG Glucose Implant (Mice)

HD-XG Glucose Implant (Mice)

DSI12001

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HD-XG Glucose Implant (Rat)

HD-XG Glucose Implant (Rat)

DSI22001

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DSI12001
HD-XG Glucose Implant (Mice)
DSI22001
HD-XG Glucose Implant (Rat)

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