These jackets are specially designed for resilience, consisting of a hard and durable plastic pocket that resist interference or manipulation by dogs during drug administration by continuous intravenous infusion.
This durability offers a permanent fix for what has been a consistent issue in study scenarios, especially those employing group housing conditions. For many years, various works have demonstrated the feasibility of ambulatory infusion in group-housed non-human primates and dogs.
The selection of the right equipment is a key step in preventing resource damage and being able to achieve outcomes with success.
Dog Jacket with Pocket, Ambulatory Infusion
Includes the same features as Ludomed standard jackets.
A Water-repellent fabric pocket is sewn onto the jacket.
Custom foam insert - fit the infusion pump snugly. Foam does not allow the pump to move around during the study.