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SPO2 FO Sensor for MRI

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SpO2 sensor for MRI - Fiber optic

This is a fiber optic pulse oximetry finger sensor for the OXY-MRI SpO2 System.

The sensor is for adult human use and has a 9 m fiber-optic cable to pass through the wave guide (sensor is attached to the subject in the MRI chamber room, cable passes through wave guide, SpO2 amplifier is in the MRI control room).

One sensor is included with the OXY-MRI System.

Two self-adhering wraps are included with each sensor.

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Categories: MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Transducers - Research




MRI Use: Conditional

Condition: Must use MR finger sensor; rated to 3.0 Tesla; module stays in control room. (See Specifications for components.)



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