Rodent Surgical Table

Rodent surgical tables are used for animals’ examinations or surgeries by a veterinary surgeon or preclinical researchers. It is important to provide an accurate position and height of the working table for surgery with proper temperature regulation, which enables the veterinarian to be in a precise position rather than kneeling or crouching to treat the animal on the floor.

The present invention is an improved surgical table, particularly for use in veterinary medicine. There are a lot of surgical tables available in the market, but the facilities available are not advanced. The proposed current design is efficient with facilities as it is made up of a stainless-steel surface with heating pads, an LED lamp, a tool tray, waste drainage pipe, beaker spaces (250 ML and 100 ML), an animal tissue holder, an automated temperature regulator as per the physiological demand, and an automated position setter for the ease of the surgery. The design’s significant commercial value is that it will provide preclinical researchers with a better option for starting rodent surgeries, close to 100 percent efficiency, and reduce complications. The present need is to work with better-equipped facilities to provide excellent options in the preclinical research lab. The proposed design will attract various companies and researchers to invest in the rodent design of the surgical table.


Meet the Team

  • Nikhil Garg

    PhD Scholar
    Chitkara University, Punjab
  • Onkar Bedi

    Assistant Professor
    Chitkara University, Punjab
  • Thakur Gurjeet Singh

    Chitkara University, Punjab
  • Chanpreet Singh

    Project Manager, CURIN
    Chitkara University, Punjab
  • Debarshi Ghosh

    Assistant Professor
    Chitkara University, Punjab


Contact Information

Nikhil Garg
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