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Finger Twitch Transducer, BSL

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Finger Twitch Transducer, BSL
Part #: SS61L

Use this transducer to record finger twitch responses from human subjects receiving electrical stimulation (using the HSTM01 or STMHUM). The transducer conforms to the shape of the finger and attaches via Velcro® straps.

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Part #: SS61L
Categories: Transducers - Education, Transducers - Research
Subcategories: General - Education, General - Research

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Palmar attachment recommended, with “UP” label facing out:
If a protocol requires posterior (dorsal) attachment, “UP” label must be placed toward skin for optimum response:

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