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EEG/ECG/EMG/EOG Prep Gel 114 g

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EEG/ECG/EMG/EOG Prep Gel 114 g
Part #: ELPREP

Use ELPREP skin preparation gel for EEG, ECG, EMG, EOG, Cardiac Output, and Bioimpedance measurements. Topical use only. Prepare skin and apply small amount to appropriate electrode site by squeezing near tube opening. Gently rub gel into the skin surface—this gel is abrasive and should be used with care not to overabrade the skin. Apply small amount to disc electrode and press into the paste that has been applied to the scalp or other skin surface; clean with warm water.

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Part #: ELPREP
Categories: Electrodes - Research, Electrodes - Education
Subcategories: Accessories - Research, Accessories - Education

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Not recommended for use with electrodes attached to conventional electrical stimulation equipment, such as voltage or current stimulators, and not to be used on subjects with a history of skin allergies to cosmetics and lotions.

Net weight: 114 g (4 oz)

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