iWorx Systems has launched a new compact and non-invasive system to record and analyze ECG data from Zebrafish.
The patent pending iWorx ZS-200 Zebrafish ECG System features a high resolution and low noise single channel recorder developed for recording microvolt ECG signals.
It also features a recording chamber, fish pedestal, Ag/AgCl electrodes, cable assembly and iWorx LabScribe3 recording software with the ECG analysis module.
The system also includes specific analysis templates that are claimed to accurately delineate PQRST onset, durations and amplitudes.
It can also be used to create custom templates based on unique ECG profiles and saved to a library for future use.
The system’s other features include beat averaging, beat classification, outlier removal, Pointcaré plots, scattergrams and the ability to easily extract source data and average data as images or text files.
In addition, it comprises comprehensive list of 24 calculations, including R-R, PR, QT, QR and QTc intervals, QRS, T, P and TP durations, P, Q, R, S, T amplitudes and ST elevation.
iWorx provides recording hardware, software, and components that are used in the metabolic, cardiovascular, neuromuscular and respiratory physiology research.
The company offers a full selection of signal conditioners, stimulators, transducers, electrodes, cables, and general-purpose laboratory equipment and accessories, in addition to data acquisition systems.
Image: iWorx’s new compact system will record and analyze ECG data from Zebrafish. Photo: courtesy of iWorx Systems, Inc.