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MRI Temperature

Temperature Probes

BIOPAC offers several temperature transducers that are suitable for surface and rectal or oral measurements.

The TSD202A-MRI is a very small, fast response temperature probe appropriate for use in locations where temperature changes rapidly, as with the temperature changes of inspired/expired breath. Place it under the nose, or over mouth and record the temperature change as the subject breathes in and out. The subject must breathe through their nose or mouth in order for this method to work. TAPE1 is recommended to secure the TSD202A-MRI in place.

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