Plethysmographs

Plethysmography is a standard method for studying pulmonary function in laboratory rodents. The barometric plethysmography technique measures flow and pressure changes that occur while the subject is breathing, before and after exposure to a drug or other challenges. It is easily adapted to various subject sizes and species, and is often used for longitudinal studies where the subjects are studied for multiple hours on successive experiment days.

Learn more about our plethysmographs on our website dedicated to respiratory research.

 

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