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Electrode Gel, 250 g
Part #: GEL1, GEL100

Use this non-irritating, hypo-allergenic gel as conductant with electrodes.

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MRI Use: Conditional

Condition: Max MR field strength 7T. (See Specifications for components.)

See GEL101 for an isotonic paste option.

Electrode Gel, 250 g
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