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Harvard Large Animal Model 613 Single Animal Volume Controlled Ventilators

The Harvard Large Animal Volume Controlled Ventilator is suitable for ventilating a single animal from 1.5 to 50 kg. It has adjustable tidal volume from 30 to 700 ml/stroke and an adjustable respiratory rate from 7 to 50 breaths/minute. The I:E ratio may be adjusted from 25 to 55% of the respiratory cycle while the ventilator is running.
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550715 Harvard Large Animal Ventilator, Model 613, 115 VAC
550723 Harvard Large Animal Ventilator, Model 613, 230 VAC
550731 Overhaul Kit for Harvard Apparatus Large Animal Ventilator; Contains O-rings, Valve Springs, Lubricants, etc. to Overhaul Ventilator* *Overhaul Kit does not include cylinder

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• For animals from 1.5 to 50 kg (3.3 to 110 lb) in weight
• Volume adjustable from 30 to 750 cc/stroke
• Variable Inspiratory: Expiratory Ratio

This is the workhorse of the Harvard Apparatus Volume Controlled Ventilators. There are literally thousands of these Ventilators in use in leading research laboratories throughout the world. Their design has been essentially unchanged over the years. There are dozens of examples of these Ventilators giving continuous service for more than thirty years with proper care and maintenance.

Note that the volume adjustment is made on the piston shaft, and that therefore accurate volume adjustment cannot be made while the ventilator is running. However, the rate and the I:E % can be varied while the ventilator is running. Air/gas valving is by the four port system with separate ports for gas inlet, gas outlet (to animal), gas return (from animal), and ventilator exhaust.

The gas inlet can be used to supply air or any non-flammable gas supply. Like the other Harvard mechanical ventilators, attachment of the ventilator exhaust to a column of water can be used to produce a positive and expiratory pressure (PEEP).


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Specifications550715550723550731
Number of Animals11 
SpeciesRats, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Cats, DogsRats, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Cats, Dogs 
Weight Range Minimum1.5 kg1.5 kg*na kg
Weight Range Maximum50 kg50 kg*na kg
Tital Volume Minimum30 ml/stroke30 ml/stroke*na ml/stroke
Tital Volume Maximum750 ml/stroke750 ml/stroke*na ml/stroke
Stroke Volume NoteAdjustable from 30 to 750 ml/stroke (adjustment must be made while ventilator is off)Adjustable from 30 to 750 ml/stroke (adjustment must be made while ventilator is off) 
Respiration Rate Minimum7 breaths/min7 breaths/min*na breaths/min
Respiration Rate Maximum50 breaths/min50 breaths/min*na breaths/min
Respiratory Rate NoteAdjustable from 7 to 50 strokes/min while the ventilator is runningAdjustable from 7 to 50 strokes/min while the ventilator is running 
I:E Ratio25 to 50 of single stroke *na25 to 50 of single stroke *na 
CertificationsCECE 
Port Size ID Metric12.7 mm12.7 mm*na mm
Port Size ID English0.5 in0.5 in*na in
Port Size OD Metric15.9 mm15.9 mm*na mm
Port Size English OD0.6250.625 
Control ModesVolumeVolume 
PEEPProvided via attachment of water columnProvided via attachment of water column 
Sigh PressureNot availableNot available 
Gas SupplyRoom air or non-flammable mixed gasRoom air or non-flammable mixed gas 
Sigh Frequencynonenone 
Displaynonenone 
Voltage Range115 VAC230 VAC 
Height Metric30 cm30 cm*na cm
Height English11.8 in11.8 in*na in
Width Metric50 cm50 cm*na cm
Width English19.7 in19.7 in*na in
Depth Metric22.5 cm22.5 cm*na cm
Depth English8.9 in8.9 in*na in
Net Weight Metric21 kg21 kg*na kg
Net Weight English45 lb45 lb*na lb
Model613613 

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100% Login to view VT35 Animal Respirator use in finding Anesthetic inhibition in ischemic and nonischemic murine heart.pdf
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Animal Respirator use in finding Anesthetic inhibition in ischemic and nonischemic murine heart
97% Login to view VT23 Inhibition Shapes Frequency Response Areas with Small Animal Ventilator.pdf
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Inhibition Shapes Frequency Response Areas with Small Animal Ventilator
92% Login to view VT11 Effects of Concentrated Ambient Particles in rats and Hamsters with Small Animal Respirator.pdf
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Effects of Concentrated Ambient Particles in rats and Hamsters with Small Animal Respirator
87% Login to view VT34 MRI assessment of LV relaxation by untwisting rate.pdf
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MRI assessment of LV relaxation by untwisting rate
87% Login to view PP57 Quantification of Cerebral Perfusion With Real-Time Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound.pdf
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Respirator pump use in finding Quantification of Cerebral Perfusion With "Real Time" Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound
66% Login to view VT06 Ventilator use in finding load as an acute determinant of end-diastolic pressure-volume relation.pdf
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h4Ventilator use in finding load as an acute determinant of end-diastolic pressure-volume relation010100051p
58% Login to view VT33 Effects of Pharyngeal Muscle Activation on Airway Size and Configuration.pdf
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Effects of Pharyngeal Muscle Activation on Airway Size and Configuration
51% Login to view VT31 Sickle RBC's and NOS Inhibition decrease rat cerebral blood flow.pdf
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Sickle RBC's and NOS Inhibition decrease rat cerebral blood flow
51% Login to view VT03 Rodent Ventilator use in finding Reduced PO2 and Adenosine Formation Preserve Arteriolar Nitric Oxide.pdf
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Rodent Ventilator use in finding Ventilatory and metabolic responses to hypoxia in the smallest simian primate, the pygmy marmoset
51% Login to view VT27 Critical role for CXCR2 and CXCR2 ligands during pathogenesis of ventilator-induced lung injury.pdf
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Depressed tolerance to fluorocarbon-simulated ischemia in failing myocardium due to impaired (Ca2+) modulation
   

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Large Animal Volume Controlled Ventilator Manual
   

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