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Airflow Mouthpiece Replacement for MRI

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MR Safe airflow mouthpiece
Part #: RX-AFT35-MOUTH

The RX-AFT35-MOUTH is a low profile liquid silicone mouthpiece replacement for the AFT35-MRI non-rebreathing T-valve assembly.

The AFT35-MRI fits inside the head coil and allows you to perform the following airflow and lung volume tests in the MRI:

  • End Tidal CO2
  • VO2 max
  • Breath-by-breath Air Flow
  • Breath-by-breath Volume
  • Metabolic Studies

MRI Use: MR Safe

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T valve - MR Safe - 35 mm OD right-angle
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Part #: RX-AFT35-MOUTH
Categories: MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Airflow and Gas Analysis Accessories - Research

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The AFT35-MRI assembly with mouthpiece fits fine with 32-channel head coils; to encourage a better fit in 20-channel and 64-channel head coils, a shortening (cut via snips) of the flexible mouthpiece may be required.

Materials: liquid silicone

Sterilization: Cidex® or Cidex® OPA recommended

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