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Practical Lab Kit with BSL 4 & MP41

Practical labs, practically anywhere

Safe Learning At Any Distance for Practical Lab Experience Wherever Students Are

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BSL Home enables students to safely conduct hands-on physiology labs wherever they are!

Purchase this complete lab solution to preserve practical lab experience! Includes MP41 Unit+Lead Set with BSL Home software, EL503 electrodes, WRAP1 self-adhering wrap for EEG lessons, and disposable 9 V battery.

  • For instructors—BSL Home makes it easy for instructors to continue running practical labs and for students to gain critical practical skills. BSL’s curriculum and guided lessons provide educators with an out-of-the-box teaching solution that’s ready to use on day one. It provides physiology lessons on heart signals (ECG), brain waves (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), eye movement (EOG), Respiration, Biofeedback, and Aerobic Exercise.
  • For studentsStudents are fully engaged before, during, and after the lab. Extensive multi-media pre-lab materials familiarize the student with procedures, hardware, software, and model results. Students learn by doing—they are guided through lessons with step-by-step instructions in the software to record data from their own bodies. Once they have collected the data, they submit it to the instructor for review and feedback.

Check out the BSL-Home Lesson Guide and a Sample BSL Lesson for MP41.

Note: If you prefer to lease systems for an academic term, please see BSL Home Kits—BIOPAC can manage distribution to students wherever they are or ship units to your school (shipping in US only at this time).

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Students learn by doing & Instructors provide real-time feedback—even if students are remote

Hands-on learning for socially-distanced or immunocompromised students

Safe at any distance! Deliver a practical lab component to students on or off campus

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BSL Home delivers hands-on learning wherever students are!

Students Learn by Doing. Students follow guided instructions and collect data from their own bodies. Extensive multi-media pre-lab materials familiarize the student with procedures, hardware, software, and model results. Students can run up to nine practical labs. After data is collected, they submit it to the instructor for review and feedback.

Biopac Student Lab is the premier choice for life science education, used in top universities around the world. BSL Home enables students to actively participate in science labs—let’s talk about bringing it to your students, wherever they are!

BSL Home requires Biopac Student Lab 4.1 .5 or higher–check compatibility

L01 Electromyography (EMG) IStandard & Integrated EMG
Students investigate the properties of skeletal muscle by measuring maximum clench strength.

L02 Electromyography (EMG) II — Motor Unit Recruitment & Fatigue
Students lift weights to examine motor unit recruitment and skeletal muscle fatigue.

L03 Electroencephalography (EEG) IRelaxation & Brain Rhythms
Introduces students to electroencephalography by recording from the occipital lobe.

L04 Electroencephalography (EEG) IIAlpha Rhythms in the Occipital Lobe
Students discover how the brain constantly receives and integrates sensory input.

L05 Electrocardiography (ECG) IComponents of the ECG
Introduces students to electrocardiography and the recording of the heart’s electrical signals. Bipolar Leads, Einthoven’s Law, Mean Electrical Axis on the Frontal Plane. Explains Einthoven’s triangle while students perform tasks designed to change the rhythm of the heart.

L08 Respiratory Cycle IRespiratory Rates, Relative Depths of Breathing, Regulation of Ventilation
Students observe and record EMGs from thoracic respiratory skeletal muscle during eupnea and voluntary apnea.

L10 Electrooculogram (EOG) IEye Movement; Saccades & Fixation
Students record eye movements during real and simulated tracking of a pendulum. Horizontal plane.

L14 BiofeedbackRelaxation & Arousal
Explores the concept of biofeedback training and its effect on autonomic control of heart rate.

L15 Aerobic Exercise PhysiologyCardiovascular & Respiratory Adjustments During and After Exercise
Students record ECG and HR to see how the electrical activity of the heart and heart rate change.

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BSL 4 | Physiology Lab Demo

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BSL 4 L01 EMG I - Electromyography

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