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MRI Animal

BIOPAC has a wide range of devices that are suitable for monitoring small animals inside an MRI (see BIOPAC MRI Use declarations). The transducers and electrodes interface with the MP150 data acquisition and analysis system. BIOPAC has developed a range of filtered and isolated cables specifically for the MRI. The following signals can be recorded from inside the MRI.

Respiration Biopotentials: ECG, EEG, EMG, EGG, and EOG Blood Pressure Temperature Airflow Gas Analysis CO2 and O2 Electrical Stimulation SPO2 Laser Doppler Flow

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