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BSL Manual for MP45 v3 – Russian

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BSL Manual for MP45 v3 - Russian
Part #: MANBSL45-RU

Teach in your native language with this Biopac Student lab manual in Russian!

This manual is for MP45 2-Channel systems running BSL 3.7 software.

Experienced physiology instructors helped to create this 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.

One student manual is shipped with each BSL System. Order additional manuals for your bookstore.

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