Animal-house design has been dealt with in Chapter 3 and the points raised there will not be reiterated here. ... Furthermore, a rack design which allows faeces, urine or soiled bedding to fall from upper cages to those beneath is obviously unsatisfactory. ... Shelves should be regularly wiped down with dusters soaked in disinfectant. ... Another alternative to the hand-washing of cages is the use of a high-pressure hose delivering a jet of hot water or, better still, hot water mixed with aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The UFAW handbook on the care and management of laboratory animals|
|Author||:||Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, William Lane-Petter|