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Lab Manual – BSL 3.7.7 update

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BSL Lab Manual - updated edition
Part #: MANBSL377

This is an older Biopac Student Lab Manual for existing BSL 3.7.7 users who have not upgraded to BSL 4. Experienced physiology instructors helped to create the lab manual and design the lessons. The manual includes a high degree of physiology with each lesson illustrating a number of important physiological concepts. The lessons are stimulating and make it easy for the student to record high quality data. The manual provides the necessary information to understand the concepts being presented. The Student Version includes all orientation chapters and lessons.

This updated BSL 3 Lab Manual is for use with BSL 3.7.7 or above, with the following lesson updates:

  • Lessons 3 and 4 (Electroencephalogram) – option to check electrode impedance (skin conductivity) prior to recording EEG
  • Lesson 10 (Electrooculogram) – new intro, revised instructions and updated Data Report
  • Lesson 11 (Reaction Time) – new intro works better for physiology curriculum; the previous Lesson 11, a better fit for psychology curriculum, is still offered and can replace the new Lesson 11 files
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L01EMG I – Standard & Integrated EMG
L02EMG II – Motor Unit Recruitment & Fatigue
L03EEG I – Relaxation & Brain Rhythms
L04EEG II – Alpha Rhythms in the Occipital Lobe
L05ECG I – Components of the ECG
L06ECG II – Bipolar Leads (Leads I, II, III), Einthovens Law,Mean Electrical Axis on the Frontal Plane
L07ECG & Pulse – Mechanical Action of the Heart, Peripheral Pressure Pulse, Plethysmography
L08Respiratory Cycle I – Respiratory Rates, Relative Depths of Breathing, Regulation of Ventilation
L09GSR & Polygraph
L10EOG 1 – Eye Movement; Saccades & Fixation During Reading
L11Reaction Time I – Reaction Time & Learning with Fixed-interval and Pseudo-random Trials
L12Pulmonary Function I – Volumes & Capacities
L13Pulmonary Function II – Pulmonary Flow Rates (FEV1,2,3 and MVV)
L14Biofeedback – Relaxation & Arousal
L15Exercise Physiology – Cardiovascular & Respiratory Adjustments During and After Exercise
L16Blood Pressure – Indirect BP Measurement, Ventricular Systole & Diastole, Korotkoff sounds, Mean Arterial Pressure
L17Heart Sounds – Cardiac valve functions, Electrical & Mechanical Events
L20Spinal Cord Reflexes
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