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New version of magnetic stimulator consists of several separate units, thus you can select the configuration required for you.
Providing a choice of a cart-based system for permanent installations or a lightweight portable system for mobile applications, Protektor, provides reliability, flexibility and performance in a device that will stand up to harsh conditions.
The XLTEK Protektor32 IOM system sets new standards for intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring
The Rigel BP-SiM is a handheld NIBP simulator, incorporating a range of custom settings that include a variety of paediatric and adult NIBP pressure simulations, pulse volume adjustments, heart rate, manometer mode and manufacturer-specific envelopes, referred to as O-curves.
Recent advances in nerve stimulation technology allow surgeons to practice “neuroprotective and neurorestorative surgery,” employing surgical techniques designed to protect and preserve neuromuscular function during surgery.
Intraoperative NIM nerve monitoring systems enable surgeons to identify, confirm, and monitor motor nerve function to help reduce the risk of nerve damage during various procedures, including ENT and general surgeries.