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Baker Ruskinn’s Hypoxia Incubated Workstations Chambers, were designed to mimic the physiology of your subject matter, giving you precise results under controlled conditions. They allow you to study the most complex cell interactions while regulating oxygen, carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity

Our InvivO2 workstation is packed with new, innovative features that allow you to study even the most complex cell interactions under perfect physiological oxygen conditions. Whether you’re hoping to replicate the environment of blood vessels or lung tissue, the InvivO2 is the best tool for the job.

Easy to use and adaptable to meet your needs, especially for cell culture applications that require carefully controlled oxygen regulation, InvivO2 offers accurate and stable user-defined environmental controls, direct access to the inner chamber.

InvivO2 (I400)
  • Mimic Physiology: O2 control – from 0.1% to 23.0%
  • Pop offTM front
  • Control CO2, Temperature and Humidity
  • Internal HEPA Filtration
  • Intelligent Interlock – 26L capacity.

InvivO2 (I500)

  • Mimic Physiology: O2 control – from 0.1% to 23.0%
  • Pop offTM front
  • Control CO2, Temperature and Humidity
  • Internal HEPA Filtration
  • Intelligent Interlock – 41L capacity

InvivO2 (I1000)

  • Two independently controllable chambers
  • Mimic Physiology: O2 control – from 0.1% to 23.0%
  • Control CO2, Temperature and Humidity
  • Internal HEPA Filtration
  • Intelligent Interlock – 49L capacity
  • Apnea/Apnoea– Acute hypoxia and/or hypercapnia
  • Sleep Apnea– Chronic periodic intermittent hypoxia and/or hypercapnia
  • Apnea of Prematurity – Chronic sporadic hypoxia and/or hypercapnia
  • Ocular Angiogenesis– Abnormal blood vessel formation in the eye is a major cause of blindness
  • SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)– Progressive acute hypercapnia and hypoxia
  • Atherosclerosis– Chronic moderate intermittent hypoxia
  • Ischemia (Cardiac Infarction, Stroke, etc.) – Acute hypoxia usually in conjunction with surgical clamping of major artery
  • COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) – Chronic ozone exposure followed by moderate progressive chronic hypoxia and/or hypercapnia
  • Pulmonary Fibrosis– Chronic or intermittent ozone exposure
  • Developmental Disabilities – Newborn chronic deep hypoxia
  • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) – Maternal gestational intermittent hypoxia
  • Recreational Hyperoxia (Oxygen Bars, athletic oxygen supplementation) – Acute hyperoxia
  • Recreational Hypoxia (Athletic conditioning) – Chronic periodic moderate hypoxia
  • Occupational Hypoxia / Altitude Sickness (airline, observatory astronomers, mining) – Chronic or periodic moderate hypoxia

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