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Biopac Student Lab Human Physiology Systems

The Gold Standard for Life Science Instruction

Complete, customizable human physiology teaching solution

BSL Human Physiology - Win

BSL System with MP36 and hardware for 11 guided lessons plus 14 dynamic lessons and student-designed Human Physiology experiments. Use the power of the BSL Human Physiology Teaching System to conduct the most widely studied responses in physiology teaching labs. Lessons target the circulatory system, respiratory system, muscular function, brain function, ANS, exercise physiology and neuronal physiology. Dynamic experiments with students as subjects increase interest and retention. Promote student inquiry with advanced options or develop user-defined lessons and research projects. Perform analysis online or off; sophisticated algorithms provide beat-by-beat analysis of the primary physiological signals.

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Increase Student Engagement

Students record data from their own bodies. +25 experiments.

Fast, Easy Set-Up & Operation

Reduces setup time by 90%. Guided lessons w/ on-screen instructions, video demos & sample data.

Empowers Better Teaching

Targets circulatory system, respiratory system, muscular function, brain function, ANS, exercise physiology & neuronal physiology.

BSL Human Physiology Teaching System- Win
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The BSL Human Physiology system comes with the following:

  • BSL 4 Software (Lessons and PRO)
  • Searchable PDF Manuals and Tutorials (BSL PRO, Instructor’s Guide, Answer Key, etc.)
  • BSL Laboratory Manual MANBSL4
  • MP36 Data Acquisition Unit (USB) with DC Adapter (110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz) & Cord (US or Euro)
  • 2 x Electrode Lead Sets – SS2LB
  • Disposable Electrodes (100/pk) – EL503
  • Abrasive Pads (10/pk) – ELPAD
  • Hand Dynamometer – SS25LA
  • BP Cuff Transducer – SS19LA
  • Electronic Stethoscope Transducer – SS30L
  • Air Flow Transducer, factory-calibrated – SS11LB
  • Disposable Filtered Mouthpieces (10/pk) – AFT36
  • Disposable Noseclips (10/pk) – AFT3

Perform 25 or more lessons with this core package:


  • BSL1 Standard & Integrated EMG
  • BSL2 Motor Unit Recruitment & Fatigue
  • H07 EMG Contractions – Active Learning
  • H27 Facial EMG
  • H34 EGG Electrogastrogram
  • H36 Muscular Biofeedback


  • BSL5 Components of the ECG (Lead II)
  • BSL6 Leads I, II, III & Einthoven’s Law
  • BSL16 Blood Pressure & Korotkoff Sounds
  • BSL17 Heart Sounds & Cardiac Events
  • H08 Dive Reflex – Active Learning
  • H23 Signal Averaged ECG
  • H32 Heart Rate Variability

Pulmonary Function

  • BSL12 Pulmonary Function: Vol. & Capacities
  • BSL13 Pulmonary Flow Rates: FEV and MVV


  • BSL3 EEG Relaxation & Brain Rhythms
  • BSL4 Alpha Rhythms in the Occipital Lobe
  • BSL10 Eye Movement, Saccades & Fixation
  • H10 EEG & Hemispheric Asymmetry
  • H12 EOG Saccades & Displacement
  • H13 EOG Visual Tracking vs. Imagination
  • H14 Ocular Fixation while reading
  • H15 Ocular Fixation while viewing an image

Biomedical Engineering

  • H20 BME Filtering
  • H33 FFT Fast Fourier Transform

Learn more about the Human Physiology system.


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