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NIBP in MRI
Part #: RXNIBP-A-SENSOR

This is a 5-pack of 10 m Finger Cuff Sensors for MRI Research with the NIBP-A-MRI System.

Sensor life:  ~100 hours of intermittent MRI use

Finger Cuff Dimensions: 3.8 mm x 14.2 mm
Finger Cuff Diameter Range: 12 mm – 30 mm
Tubing: 10 m
Interface: NIBP-A-MRI
Cuff Materials: Hypoallergenic polyurethane
Cuff Infection Control: Single use only, dispose after each use|

(Non-FDA Cleared)

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Part #: RXNIBP-A-SENSOR
Categories: MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Electrodes & Accessories - Research

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