InsideScientific Celebrates Successful Webinar on Advancements in Rodent Surgical Monitoring


On January 15, 2014, InsideScientific held their first scientific webinar entitled "Advancements in Rodent Surgical Monitoring" on behalf of sponsor Indus Instruments.

London (I-Newswire) February 8, 2014 - InsideScientific.com, an online educational environment for Life Science Researchers, recently celebrated the successful launch of their webinar program focused on applications, tools and technologies for the life scientist. Their first event, 'Advancements in Rodent Surgical Monitoring,' was held on January 15, 2014 and was sponsored by Indus Instruments based in Webster, TX. Panelists included Graham Sattler of Indus Instruments, Dr. Merry Lindsey of the University of Mississippi Medical Center and Dr. Corey Reynolds of Baylor College of Medicine.

Graham Sattler, Marketing and Product Development Manager of Indus Instruments, discussed why comprehensive physiological monitoring is so crucial in today's scientific research laboratories and how the MouseMonitor™ S offers greater consistency in procedures, better training opportunities for laboratory animal staff, an increase in survival rates and greater confidence in experimental data.

Merry Lindsey, Professor of Physiology and Medicine and the Director of the Jackson Center for Heart Research at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, confirmed that reliable and accurate ECG recording as well as proper temperature control are critical requirements for her research on matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) and their impact on cardiac remodeling. Dr. Lindsey, demonstrated how the ECG profile after LAD ligation provides crucial information about the success and extent of myocardial infarction - an important parameter in determining the efficacy of her in vivo murine models.

Corey Reynolds, Assistant Professor and Director of the Mouse Phenotyping Core at Baylor College of Medicine, shared his experience with the MouseMonitor™ S and reviewed how it is used as both a vital signs monitor and a platform for more precise physiological measurements. Dr. Reynolds highlighted recommendations from the National Research Council (NRC) in the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals which suggests monitoring baseline vital signs like heart rate, core temperature and blood oxygenation. Dr. Reynolds stressed how important proper surgical monitoring is in the eyes of an organization's Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) resulting in higher approval rates for protocol submissions.

A copy of the presentation slides, Q&A report and a video of the presentation can be downloaded from InsideScientific at: http://insidescientific.com/events/past-events

About Indus Instruments:

Indus Instruments designs, manufactures and markets innovative preclinical mouse and rat research tools. All products are born out of collaborations with researchers and use the latest technology to improve workflows and increase physiologic data integration to empower informed decisions and enable novel types of investigational studies in mice and rats. Products are used by researchers in hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and research institutions worldwide. Visit http://www.indusinstruments.com for more information.

About InsideScientific:

InsideScientific is an online educational environment for Life Science Researchers. Our goal is to aid in the sharing and distribution of scientific information regarding innovative technologies, protocols, research tools and laboratory services. It is our mission to augment scientific discovery by facilitating and continually improving the exchange of scientific information. Visit www.insidescientific.com for more information.






About InsideScientific

InsideScientific is an online educational environment for Life Science Researchers. Our goal is to    More..aid in the sharing and distribution of scientific information regarding innovative technologies, protocols, research tools and laboratory services. It is our mission to augment scientific discovery by facilitating and continually improving the exchange of scientific information.Less..

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