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BioNomadix®: Physiology Where, When, and How You Want

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BioNomadix Shirt - XS
Part #: BN-SHIRT-XS, BN-SHIRT-S, BN-SHIRT-M, BN-SHIRT-L, BN-SHIRT-XL

Use this stretch mesh shirt to comfortably hold multiple devices in place when subjects will have several BioNomadix transmitters attached to their body—wear as is or under clothing. Pockets hold the transmitter and have reinforced access slots to pass leads through for connection, plus zippers add easy access to attachment sites. Select size so the shirt is worn tight to hold the BioNomadix transmitter and sensors in place.

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BioNomadix Shirt - XS
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The BioNomadix shirt provides a greater degree of comfort and mounting flexibility for multi-sensor studies.

The shirt allows the subject to wear the devices in natural and well balanced positions for long-term physiological studies exercise regimes. This natural, unhindered environment significantly improves the quality of the data, and makes it much easier for subjects to respond naturally.

  • 22 pockets: 2 neck front, 2 neck back, 4 chest center, 4 back center, 2 hip front, 2 hip back, 3 left arm , 3 right arm
  • 4 zippers: right front from arm to hip, left back from shoulder to hip, right and left under arm from neck front to neck back
  • 4 strap bands: 4 rows of strap bands (2 loops front, 2 loops back) for RSP transducer strap

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