Development and utilization of implantable cardiac monitors in free-ranging American black and Eurasian brown bears: system evolution and lessons learned

@article{Laske2018DevelopmentAU,
  title={Development and utilization of implantable cardiac monitors in free-ranging American black and Eurasian brown bears: system evolution and lessons learned},
  author={Timothy G. Laske and Alina L. Evans and Jon M. Arnemo and Tinen L. Iles and Mark A. Ditmer and Ole Fr{\"o}bert and David L. Garshelis and Paul A. Iaizzo},
  journal={Animal Biotelemetry},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={1-10}
}
Biologgers can be used to monitor both human and animal physiology and behaviors, activity patterns, and/or environmental stressors. Monitoring of heart rates and rhythms, respiratory patterns, and activity in free-ranging bears can provide unique insights into physiological mechanisms. Such research can also influence the conservation of wildlife, the management of human–wildlife conflicts, and potentially human medicine. Here we describe our experiences with the development and utilization of… CONTINUE READING
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