A chronic jugular catheterization for remote blood sampling in freely moving mink.

Abstract

The cannulation method consists of implanting a silastic catheter in the jugular vein. Passing subcutaneously, the catheter emerges on the back between the scapulae. It is protected by a spiral spring and anchored on a support outside the wire pen. Two swivels, the first one at the point of subcutaneous entry of the catheter on the mink, the second one on… (More)

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