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Electrode Gel – salt free – 250 g

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Electrode Gel - salt free - 250 g
Part #: GEL104

SPECTRA 360® ELECTRODE GEL

250 g (8.5 oz) tube

The only salt-free and chloride-free electrically conductive gel, recommended for all electromedical procedures. Salt-free characteristics make it particularly suitable for long-term applications. Spectra 360 differs significantly from all other electrically conductive media…it works by wetting the skin, thereby reducing skin resistance.

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Electrode gel - salt free, chloride free - 250 g
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Part #: GEL104
Categories: Electrodes - Research, Electrodes - Education
Subcategories: Accessories - Research, Accessories - Education

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  • Salt-free, no sodium ion transfer
  • Non-irritating, hypoallergenic, bacteriostatic
  • Product of choice for conductive rubber/carbon electrodes
  • Product of choice for ECG and TENS
  •  Non-gritty STAY-WET® formula allows for prolonged use without re-application

MRI Use: Conditional

Condition: Max MR field strength 3T. (See Specifications for components.)

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