The MouseOx Plus® is the second generation of the original mouse pulse oximeter and physiological monitor. It is clinically validated and has been used and cited in a multitude of published studies, including Lung Injury and Influenza Models. The MouseOx Plus® works on mice, rats and other small animals.
- Non Invasive
- Can be used with:
– Anaesthetised and conscious subjects
– Animal sizes from neonates mice through to adult rats
– Mice, rats, and other small laboratory animals with pulse rate from 90-900 BPM such as marmosets, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, voles, tree shrews, ferrets, opossum, rabbits
- MRI compatible sensor available (see MouseOx Plus sensors)
- Can monitor up to 16 subjects with one MouseOx Plus (see Multiplexer)
- Provides analog output of pulse waveform
The MouseOx Plus provides the following measurements:
- Arterial Oxygen Saturation
- Respiratory Rate
- Breath Distention
- Heart Rate
- Pulse Distention
- Activity (Optional)
- Temperature (with optional probe)
Sensors for MouseOx Plus®
The MouseOx Plus® has multiple sensors available to monitor or record measurements on both conscious and anaesthetised mice, rats and other small animals.
Available sensors :
Mouse Thigh Sensor
Mouse Paw Sensor
Rat Foot Sensor
MRI Compatible Sensor
Software for MouseOx Plus®
The versatility of MouseOx Plus’s Software Modules allow it to be used as a surgical vital sign monitor for a wide variety of life science research models. Whether you need to simply monitor vital signs, or record data from anaesthetised or conscious mice or rats, we have a software module to meet your research needs.
Available software modules :
Multiplexers for MouseOx Plus®
The Multiplexer is a sensor switching unit for MouseOx Plus®. It allows 1 MouseOx Plus® to monitor and record data from up to 8 or 16 subjects, using one MouseOx Plus® control unit. The Multiplexer 8T with Temperature allows you to monitor and record the data, including temperature, from a single MouseOx Plus® control when using the Temperature probe and Software Module.