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MRI Gating Introduction features BIOPAC Solutions

At BIOPAC, we’re dedicated to enabling greater discovery. There are only a few things that make us more proud than seeing our research tools being used to help teach others. Researchers and educators alike will be interested in the informative website, where our products are being used as examples to inform readers about MRI gating techniques. The article details the process of gating and triggering that is used to synchronize MR data with cardiac and respiratory acquisition and shows the improvements in data quality that go along with it. The article specifically mentions BIOPAC’s TSD110-MRI, a peripheral pulse transducer, in respect to cardiac gating and our TSD221-MRI pneumatic respiratory belt in respect to respiratory gating. Both of these products are specifically engineered for MRI gating, allowing for imaging of the heart and lower chest, respectively. We are ecstatic over our products feature in the article and the applications they continue to provide for.

To read the full article, head over to the MRI-Q website.

Head over to the product pages if you would like more information on BIOPAC’s MRI-Gating solutions.

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