AFLAS Pre-Congress Workshop - UKM
09 Nov 2014 to 10 Nov 2014
UKM Titiwangsa
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Intra-venous route is often used for anesthesia of small and large animals as well as for inoculation of pharmaceutical products, extract of compound, nanoparticles and viruses to the animals. It is important for one to master the skill of administering drugs to rodents (mice and rats) through intra-venous route since these animals are widely used as test
subjects in many experiments. In addition, if one is able to apply the technique accurately, the number of animals used per group can be reduced. The data derived from the experiment is also reproducible and convincing. Although various methods and techniques have been introduced for administration of substance through intra-venous route,
however; no methods are perfect until now.
This workshop is organized by LARU & LASAM, and has been conducted by Laboratory Animal Resource Unit, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia for almost 10 years. The course has benefited many participants from local higher institutions in Malaysia. The workshop is targeted for young scientists, researchers, and students
currently conducting research projects using animals. The workshop is limited to 50 participants. This two-day workshop covers theory and practical aspects of intra-venous route administration of anesthetic drugs on mouse, rat and rabbits. It is a must for the participant to experience and to learn this new technique before one embarks on any animal experiment.
Registration Fee  
International Participant USD 500
Local Participant RM 1,500
Graduate Student (Local) RM 1,000
LASAM Member RM 1,000

The fees cover course materials, refreshments for tea breaks and lunch

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