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Strategies to record subject data in MRI or fMRI

BIOPAC Systems, Inc. has released a new application note that lays out some generally recommended methods for recording data from subjects in the MRI or fMRI.

BIOPAC designs systems that can be used to record both biopotential data (such as ECG, EEG and EMG) and transducer data (such as blood pressure, air flow, hand clench strength, finger motion and temperature). BIOPAC's series of magnetic resonance imaging compatible electrodes, electrode leads, transducers, and stimulus options provide safe data acquisition of physiological signals in the MRI environment. Specialized cable systems provide isolated and RF filtered interfacing between the subject/chamber panel and the control room.

 
 
—March 21, 2011 (Goleta, CA)
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