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Field Stimulation Electrode – Safelead

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Field Stimulation Electrode
Part #: STIMHOLDER

Tissue holder with built-in field stimulation electrodes. Terminates in 1.5 mm Safelead connectors to work with STMISOLA Stimulator and 10-30 ml Tissue Bath Systems.

To use with a 5 ml Tissue Bath, contact BIOPAC for a custom order.

To interface with a STM200 Stimulator or BSLSTMB/A Stimulator, use BSLSTIMHLD, which terminates in a BNC connector.

Holder with Field Stimulation Electrode
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