This application note is concerned with the implementation of subject electrical stimulation in the fMRI and MRI for the purposes of psychophysiological research. The setup presented physically limits the stimulation energy to be less than 300mJ under all operating conditions and restricts the electrical stimulation pulse widths to be 2ms or less. The setup only supports fully programmable, voltage-controlled, voltage stimulation.
Operation of STMEPM Configured for fMRI
EPI-Generated Artifact Stimulation
Recommendations for Electrical Stimulation in the fMRI and MRI
MP150 System – Data Acquisition System
STMEPM – Programmable Stimulation System for E-Prime – configured for fMRI
MECMRI-STMISO – MRI Cable/Filter System to STMISO Series
CBLCFMA – Current Feedback Monitor Cable (1v = 10ma)
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