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Figure 1: The materials used for recording the rat blood pressure. (a) bulldog clamp; (b) 6½ infant feeding tube [part of it used as respiratory tubing] for tracheostomy; (c) PE tube [15-20 cm length] with a 26 G×1/2½ needle for femoral vein cannulation; (d) PE tube [15-20 cm length] with a 26 G×1/2½ needle for carotid artery cannulation; and (e) disposable clip-on BP domes

Figure 1: The materials used for recording the rat blood pressure. (a) bulldog clamp; (b) 6½ infant feeding tube [part of it used as respiratory tubing] for tracheostomy; (c) PE tube [15-20 cm length] with a 26 G×1/2½ needle for femoral vein cannulation; (d) PE tube [15-20 cm length] with a 26 G×1/2½ needle for carotid artery cannulation; and (e) disposable clip-on BP domes