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Make greater discoveries in the lab, in the MRI, and in real-world and virtual environments using BIOPAC wired, wearable wireless, and MRI-compatible physiology measurement and interpretation solutions. Cited in over 24,000 peer-reviewed journal articles & scholarly references and trusted by the world’s premier laboratories and leading researchers, BIOPAC’s world-class life science research platforms provide the most advanced acquisition and analysis of ECG, EEG, EGG, EMG, EOG and over 300 other signals and physiological measurements.
Increase student engagement and deliver inspired teaching—before, during and after the lab—with the Biopac Student Lab System, the gold standard for life science education. Preferred by faculty in the best learning institutes around the world for its superior flexibility, ease of use, student engagement, and educator support, the Biopac Student Lab System’s integrated hardware, software, and curriculum compliment physiology, exercise physiology, psychology, pharmacology, biomedical engineering, nursing, and medical school undergraduate and post-graduate programs.
The AFT35-MRI is a low profile mouthpiece and non-rebreathing T-valve assembly specifically designed to fit inside an fMRI head coil. Use the AFT35-MRI to perform the following airflow and lung volume tests: End Tidal CO2 VO2 max Breath-by-breath Air Flow Breath-by-breath Volume Metabolic Studies The assembly includes a Luer lock port for easy interface to […]
Virtual Reality Muscle Training in Stroke Patients: Muscle weakening of the lower extremities has a significant correlation with loss of balance and walking ability in stroke patients. Researchers at Sehan University studied the effect of a virtual reality-based eccentric training program on lower extremity muscle activation and balance for rehabilitation of stroke patients. BIOPAC’s EMG100C surface […]
Personal Identification: Researchers from Yonsei University recently performed a study testing the viability of using ECG signals for individual identification, much like a password or key. Their study investigated experiments that recorded ECG after exercise and estimated the recognition potential of these signals. ECG was measured from subjects using the BIOPAC MP150 data acquisition system […]