3 edition of Chair restraint of nonhuman primates found in the catalog.
Chair restraint of nonhuman primates
by Primate Information Center, Regional Center, University of Washington in Seattle, Wash
Written in English
|Contributions||University of Washington. Primate Information Center.|
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Changes in basal and stimulated growth hormone secretion in the aging rhesus monkey: A comparison of chair restraint and tether and vest sampling. Mark D. Wheeler, Roy E. Schutzengel, Sean Barry, Dennis M. Styne. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article. 11 Scopus :// Chairing of nonhuman primates is considered prolonged restraint, regardless of duration. Title: Use of Physical Restraint in backpack fitted infusion pumps in dogs and nonhuman primates, and free stall housing for farm animals) should be considered and used when Chair – Chairperson of the IACUC 6. PI – Principal Investigator – a /files/
Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research: Biology and Management represents the most comprehensive publication of its type on nonhuman primates. It also provides basic information on the biology and management of primates for anyone responsible for the care and use of these animals. A related book on primate diseases will be published in It is sometimes necessary for nonhuman primates to be restrained during biomedical and psychosocial research. Such restraint is often accomplished using a “primate chair.” This article details a method for training adult rhesus macaques to cooperate with a chair restraint procedure using positive and negative reinforcement. Successful training was accomplished rapidly in approximately 14
In this study, apoSAA was induced in nonhuman primate plasma HDL and thoracic duct lymph chylomicra by overnight chair restraint of the animals. There was a fold increase in plasma HDL apoSAA in chair-restrained animals when compared with caged (control) :// to be greater for some primates (e.g. imported animals) than others. Sections 3–5 of the report provide examples of how reﬁnements can be achieved in primate husbandry and care, and in common procedures. Long-term mainten-ance and euthanasia are discussed in Sections 6 and 7. The sourcing of primates, including the use of wild-
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An International Survey of Approaches to Chair Restraint of Nonhuman Primates Download Article: Download (PDF kb) We developed a survey to obtain an overview of equipment, procedures, and plans for improvement regarding chair restraint. We received responses from people working in academic, government, contract research, and An International Survey of Approaches to Chair Restraint of Nonhuman Primates Article (PDF Available) in Comparative medicine 67(5) October with Reads How we measure 'reads' The most common restraint device used with nonhuman primates outside of their cages is the primate “chair” in which an animal is trained to sit with his or her head or neck restrained.
Prior to being trained for chair restraint, monkeys are typically fitted with aluminum collars to which a long metal pole can be attached (e.g., Anderson Use of a specifically-designed restraint chair is the most common method of restraint for various research studies that require non-human primates to ‘sit’ in place for sustained periods of time.
Despite widespread use of restraint chairs, there is little published information about the methods used to train monkeys to accept this form of Cooperative restraint training prepares rhesus macaques for restraint by using a closed chair.
5 The macaque is transferred to a box chair and is trained to position its head through an opening on top of the chair, by using combinations of PRT, desensitization, and NRT.
This method also proved useful for “challenging” animals previously An international survey of approaches to chair restraint of nonhuman primates.
Comp Med – [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] McMillan JL, Galvan A, Wichmann T, Bloomsmith MA. The use of positive reinforcement during pole-and-collar training of rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Smith E 0 Device of capture and restraint of nonhuman primates.
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McMillan JL, Bloomsmith MA, Prescott MJ. Comp Med, 67(5), 01 Oct Cited by 3 articles | PMID: | PMCID: PMC Free to read RESTRAINT AND ANALGESIA Hayley Weston Murphy, DVM Zoo New England, Boston, MA It is essential that any personnel working with nonhuman primates (NHP) be well versed in primate behavior, husbandry and enrichment requirements, zoonoses, and noninfectious hazards.
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The Diseases volume provides thorough reviews of naturally occurring diseases of nonhuman primates, with a section on biomedical models reviewing contemporary nonhuman primate models of human :// restraint sessions.
For the initial dosing session, each animal was placed in the restraint chair for approximately 20 min and then received an intravenous bolus of % sodium chloride ( ml/kg). A blood sample was taken 4 days prior to dosing, and predose (0), 5 The 2e of the gold standard text in the field, Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research.
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A cross-species perspective shows that intraspecific aggression among mammals in general, and in nonhuman primates :oso//. From these studies it was concluded that 1) apoSAA can be rapidly induced in plasma HDL and lymph chylomicrons of nonhuman primates by chair restraint; 2) HDL apoSAA is catabolized more rapidly Purchase Cognitive Processes of Nonhuman Primates - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN Nonhuman primates must be provided with perching or elevated areas and other opportunities for species-typical behaviours, while avoiding harmful cage materials. Subsection Cage Design, p 4. PROCUREMENT Guideline 3 When acquisition of nonhuman primates is necessary, they should be captive-bred and preferably of the