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Induction chambers are the anesthetizing boxes used for small animals like rodents. These are plastic-made chambers with a sliding lid on top. There are usually two inlets to the box, one for the entry of fresh anesthetic gas and the other for the removal of waste gas material. Anesthesia supply is usually maintained for 3-5 minutes until the subject is completely asleep. After the subject is anesthetized, the gas supply is turned off, and the subject is taken out by sliding the lid. Transparent plastic induction chambers are preferred, as veterinarians can see the condition of the animal consistently to avoid any accident.