We are now able to offer an upgrade to older D440 EMG Amplifiers that improves their common mode rejection performance and can reduce persistent mains interference problems in certain circumstances.
Digitimer will be supporting two hands-on training nerve & muscle excitability workshops over the next couple of months, first at the Neuropathic Pain Congress (NeuPSIG 2019) in London and then at the 2019 ECCN Congress in Warsaw.
Digitimer has a busy exhibition schedule over the coming months with the BNA Festival of Neuroscience in Dublin, closely followed by the 7th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain in London and then, the 17th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology in Warsaw at the beginning of June.
We are excited to announce a major upgrade to the DS8R Isolated Bipolar Stimulator, which can now deliver stimuli as low as 100µA, making it fully compatible with research requiring stimulation at low sensory threshold levels.
Digitimer now offers a disposable bipolar probe specifically designed for use with our DS7AP Muscle Locating Stimulator. If you are still using reusable probes with our DS7AP Muscle Locating Stimulator and want to try out our disposable alternative, please contact us.
The DS7R high voltage, constant current stimulator. 1000mA output and versatile pulse duration settings make it perfect for demanding human research.
Learn about one of the most popular applications for our NeuroLog System – Intracellular Recording.
DS7AP Muscle Locating Stimulator Cleared for Marketing in the USA We are delighted to announce that the DS7AP Muscle Locating Stimulator, which is used during surgical correction of anorectal malformation in infants has received FDA 510(k) clearance for marketing within the United States of America. Originally developed as a variant of our DS7A stimulator…
New Alpha MED MED64 MEA Distribution Partnership.
In December 2017, Digitimer supported a project aiming to determine how gravity modulates the vestibular contribution to perceptions of self-motion and the ability to stand upright. Electrical vestibular stimulation, generated by a pair of Digitimer DS5’s was used to artificially activate the vestibular system (i.e. the balance organ) in human volunteers. This electrical stimulation…