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Biopac Student Lab Pharmacology Systems

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Complete, pharmacology/toxicology teaching solution

The preferred application for better science and greater discovery

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BSL Pharmacology/Toxicol - Win
Part #: BSLPHA-W, BSLPHA-M

BSL System with MP36 and hardware for 8 guided lessons plus 21 dynamic lessons and student-designed Pharmacology experiments. The BSL System combines a range of experiment options for cardiovascular hemodynamics, respiratory system & pulmonary function, in vitro tissue and cellular studies. The new range of tissue bath stations provides an extra level of functionality for in vitro tissue experiments. Powerful, real-time analysis functions for pressure recordings include systolic, diastolic, mean BP, and dP/dt max and min. Similar automated functions are available to perform force analysis functions including peak, duration and derivative. Add the bioimpedance cardiac output module to record stroke volume and cardiac output.

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Increase Student Engagement

Students record data from their own bodies or tissue preparations. +32 experiments.

Fast, Easy Set-Up & Operation

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

Empowers Better Teaching

Extensive out-of-class resources. New Curriculum Management System. 3 Systems to meet a range of needs.

BSL Pharmacology/Toxicology Teaching System - Mac
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The BSL Pharmacology and Toxicology system comes with the following:

  • BSL 4 Software (Lessons and PRO)
  • BSL Laboratory Manual MANBSL4
  • Searchable PDF Manuals and Tutorials (BSL PRO, Instructor’s Guide, Answer Key, etc.)

MP36 Data Acquisition Unit with USB Cable, DC Adapter (110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz) & Cord (US or Euro)

  • 2 x High-Impedance Cable – BSLCBL8
  • Disposable Electrodes (100/pk) – EL503
  • Abrasive Pads (10/pk) – ELPAD
  • Air Flow Transducer, factory-calibrated – SS11LB
  • Disposable Filtered Mouthpieces (10/pk) – AFT36
  • Disposable Noseclips (10/pk) – AFT3
  • Force Transducer (200 g) – SS65L
  • Adapter for built-in Stimulator – OUT3
  • Stimulator Needle Electrodes – ELSTM2
  • 3 x Needle Electrodes – EL452
  • Nerve Chamber – NERVE2
  • Nerve Stimulating Cable – BSLCBL2A
  • Nerve Recording Cable – BSLCBL4B
  • Unshielded Pinch Lead Black – LEAD110
  • Shielded Pinch Lead Red – LEAD110S-R
  • Shielded Pinch Lead White – LEAD110S-W
  • Pressure Transducer – SS13L

Perform 29 or more lessons with this core package:

Muscular

  • A03 Frog Gastrocnemius
  • A05 Visceral Smooth Muscle
  • A11 Resting Potential from Crawdad Manual
  • A15 Earthworm Smooth Muscle
  • BSL1 Standard & Integrated EMG
  • H07 EMG Contractions Active Learning
  • H27 Facial EMG
  • H34 EGG Electrogastrogram

Cardiovascular

  • A04 Frog Heart
  • BSL5 Components of the ECG (Lead II)
  • BSL6 Leads I, II, III & Einthoven’s Law
  • 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

Neurophysiology

  • A01 Frog Pith & Prep
  • A02 Frog Nerve
  • A06 Cockroach Nerve
  • A08 Earthworm Action Potential
  • A14 CPG Hornworm
  • BSL3 EEG Relaxation & Brain Rhythms
  • BSL4 Alpha Rhythms in the Occipital Lobe
  • BSL10 EOG 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

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