Refinements in telemetry procedures
|Record number:||f2029 (legacy id: 15074)|
|Category:||Agricultural animals - Anaesthesia and analgesia - Behavioural research - Design - Education and training - Ethics & harm-benefit analysis - Handling (3R Guide) - Housing and management - Non-human primates - Procedures - Reporting - Surgical research - Wildlife|
|Relevance:||Reduction - Refinement|
Seventh report of BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW Joint Working Group on Refinement, Part A. The report covers harms and benefits associated with telemetry, opportunities for refinement, legal issues, experimental design, selecting or designing a device (including attachment or implantation?), basic principles of surgical implantation, re-use of animals, removal of implanted devices and rehoming or releasing, telemetry studies in the field or using wild animals, writing up projects, keeping up with developments, references and a score sheet for postoperative monitoring of rats.
40 pages, published in 2003 in Laboratory Animals.
This paper may be downloaded from the journal website.
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