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MRI Stimulus Options

Stimulation

Use the STM100C with the STMISOC / D / E to deliver a variety of electrical stimulation paradigms. The AcqKnowledge software provides single pulse and trains of pulses for a variety of stimulus output options. The software also allows you to create arbitrary waveforms. Connect EL508 disposable electrodes and LEAD108B or LEAD108C RT leads to the subject for electrical stimulation.

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IMPORTANT Comprehensive Safety Guidelines for Performing Electrical Stimulation on Subjects: read Application Note 257 – Safe Use of Electrical Stimulators

Interface:

  • MECMRI-STIMISO MRI Filter and Cable System
  • STM100C Stimulator Module
  • STMISOC / D / E Stimulus Isolation Adapter

Stimulus Presentation 

Deliver a variety of visual, auditory, and/or electrical stimuli while the subject is in the scanner. Use the isolated digital interface to run presentation systems such as SuperLab, E-Prime, DirectRT, MediaLab, or Presentation in the MRI.

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