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1 Presented by Mohammed A. Alyami Head Teaching Assistant Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology College of Pharmacy KSU

2  All Courses of Pharmacology  Lab animals  Restraint  Injection  Instructions  marks

3 PHL 313 Pharmacology-1 - PNS & CVS PHL 313 Pharmacology-1 - PNS & CVS PHL 322 Pharmacology-2 - CNS & Psychiatric PHL 418 Pharmacology-3 - Anti-lpidemics Anticoagulants Antimalarial PHL 418 Pharmacology-3 - Anti-lpidemics Anticoagulants Antimalarial PHL 425 Pharmacology-4 Anticancer And hormones and skin treatment PHL 425 Pharmacology-4 Anticancer And hormones and skin treatment LAB NO LAB All pharmacology courses

4 Lab Animals will be used in PHL 322 Mouse Rat Frog

5 Restraint of mouse A.Tail Restraint Used for : transferring animals from cage to cage. Method : Mice may be picked up by grasping the base of the tail. Note: Do not grasp the tip of the tail, as this may cause the skin to be stripped off.

6 B. Scruff Restraint Used for : Injections or blood withdrawal. Method : 1- Restrain the mouse by grasping it near the base of the tail and placing it on a toe-gripping surface, such as a wire bar lid. Pulling back gently on the tail of the mouse causes it to pull forward on the toe-gripping surface. Restraint of mouse

7 2- While grasping the tail with one hand, grasp the nape or scruff of the neck with the other. Restraint of mouse

8 3- Position the animal’s body firmly across your hand by extending your forefinger and thumb back as far as possible, while maintaining a firm grip on the scruff. Place the tail between the fingers of this same hand to secure the animal. ** If you do not grasp enough of the scruff, the animal will be able to turn and bite. ** If you grasp too much skin, the airway will become restricted and the mouse will become cyanotic This type of restraint will allow the handler complete access to the ventral side of the mouse. Restraint of mouse

9 Injection I ntraperitoneal Injections ( IP ) - Restrain the mouse by the scruff method. -E-Expose the ventral side of the animal, tilting the head down at a slight angle. -T-The sterile needle should be placed, bevel up, in the lower right or left quadrant of the animal’s abdomen. -I-Insert the needle at a 30° angle.

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11 Instructions AT LECTURE Absent-minded AT LAB

12 Total marks = 100 Theoretical = 70 Practical = 30 Reports = 5 Tutorial = 10 Exam of work lab = 10 Exam of theoretical lab = 5 Last lab is very important Each lab you will have report for work lab only

13 Reports PHL 322 Lab # ( ) Title …………………………………….. Name : ………………………………………….. ID NO. ……………………………………………. Day …………………


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