As IRT is potentially a great tool according to the EU laws, a survey was carried out on mice after a surgery event recording skin temperature variations on selected body areas. Measures have been taken the day before the surgery, immediately after, at 1, 7, 14 and 21 days after. A similar trend was found: temperatures increase until the day 7 and then come down reaching values not significatively different from the basal ones at day 21. This first results are useful to provide reference values for a most common daily use of IRT technique in animal lab facilities.

Measurement by infrared thermography of skin temperature variations in mice undergoing a surgery event / V. Redaelli, A. Lotfie Bosi, G. Marsella, L. Calvillo, G. Grignaschi, N. Ludwig, S. Papa, P. Veglianese, I. Vismara, S. Rimondo, F. Luzi - In: Quantitative InfraRed Thermography Conference[s.l] : Qirt, 2018. - pp. 325-328 (( Intervento presentato al 14. convegno Quantitative Infrared Thermography Conference (QIRT) tenutosi a Berlin nel 2018 [10.21611/qirt.2018.014].

Measurement by infrared thermography of skin temperature variations in mice undergoing a surgery event

V. Redaelli;G. Marsella;N. Ludwig;F. Luzi
2018

Abstract

As IRT is potentially a great tool according to the EU laws, a survey was carried out on mice after a surgery event recording skin temperature variations on selected body areas. Measures have been taken the day before the surgery, immediately after, at 1, 7, 14 and 21 days after. A similar trend was found: temperatures increase until the day 7 and then come down reaching values not significatively different from the basal ones at day 21. This first results are useful to provide reference values for a most common daily use of IRT technique in animal lab facilities.
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