Clinical & Diagnostics Microelectrode Recording Systems Equipment

A microelectrode recording system is a piece of apparatus used in neurology comprising tiny electrodes that can be placed within or close to the cell membrane to record electrical patterns surrounding brain structures. The electrical patterns are converted to sound, which can be interpreted to identify brain structures which each have their own individual pattern of electrical activity.

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FHC's microTargeting electrodes have been designed specifically for use in functional neurosurgical procedures, including placement of Deep Brain Stimulating electrodes, the use of ablative techniques, or whenever intraoperative recording of single unit neuronal activity in the brain is required.
The SEE (Side Exiting Electrode), FHC’s most recent addition to the microTargeting electrode family, combines infinite targeting options into a single electrode configuration—providing flexibility while minimizing penetrations.
D.ZAP microelectrodes have activated recording surfaces for improved cell isolation at lower impedances. Additional benefits include their exceptionally stable and durable insulation and distinctly visible recording areas. The D.ZAP finishing option reduces microphonics and is suitable for any microelectrode.