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Biomedical Eng. transducer pack

Transducer Pack for Life Science Education

The Gold Standard for Life Science instruction

Biomedical Eng.  transducer pack
Part #: BSLBME-TA

Includes this hardware:

  • Cardiac Output Sensor SS31L
  • Stimulator BSLSTM
  • Stimulation Electrode for Humans HSTMO1
  • Bioimpedance Strip Electrodes EL506-10 (80/pk)

Adds these BSL PRO Lessons (see Curriculum for details):

  • H03 Nerve Conduction Velocity
  • H21 Impedance Cardiography (CO)

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