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Finger Flex Transducer for MRI

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Finger Flex Transducer for MRI
Part #: TSD131-MRI

Use this transducer to record finger flexion/extension responses from human subjects in the MRI. The transducer conforms to the shape of the finger and attaches via Velcro straps.

  • Terminates in DSUB9 and requires MECMRI-HLT for proper operation.

MRI Use: Conditional to 3T

Condition: Conductive parts of transducer are electrically and thermally isolated from subject. (See Specifications for components.)

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MRI Finger Twitch Transducer
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Part #: TSD131-MRI
Categories: MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Transducers - Research

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Palmar attachment recommended, with “UP” label facing out (shown below left).
finger twitch transducer attachment

If a protocol requires posterior (dorsal) attachment, the “UP” label must be placed toward skin for optimum response (shown above right).

 

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