The NIBP100B-R is a noninvasive blood pressure monitor that uses a pressure sensor placed on the wrist over the radial artery. This device uses a “sweep technique” which applies a varying force on the radial artery. The counter-pressure in the artery produces a signal which is digitized and used to calculate blood pressure parameters.
This BSL training will walk you through how to choose packages and curriculum best suited for your lab, as well as cover the basics of using BSL system hardware and software.
– BSL Hardware Intro: MP36 & MP46
– BSL System Packages: choosing your lab’s core system
– BSL System TA Packs: convenient and popular add-ons
• fNIRS for education
• EMG-Controlled Robotic/Prosthetic Gripper
• Gas Analysis System
– Overview of different BSL software features
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