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Company Medtronic Neurological and Spinal
Item MagPro Compact
Features 
Description MagPro Compact is the first magnetic stimulator to offer the practical advantages of one-hand operated magnetic stimulation. It is designed to provide the simplest operation possible to help optimize the diagnostic routine (at the same time, it may also help reduce patient anxiety since you can control operations without moving away from your patient).

Repetition rate and waveform:

  • Biphasic stimulation waveform
  • 5 Hz repetition rate.
Simplified one-hand operation:
  • Output intensity set-up is integrated into the coil handle together with the trigger button and status LED
  • Enable/Disable function conveniently located on the handle
  • Control stimulations by pressing the manual button on the coil handle, or with triggers received from external source.
  • MagPro Compact automatically shots down five minutes after the last stimulation, or when the intensity control is placed in the minimum position for more than five seconds
  • Built-in thermo-sensor that prevents triggering, if the coil temperature exceeds 40C.
Convenient design
  • The Main Unit is streamlined so it fits on a desktop, trolley or shelf and saves space. It also fits on the Keypoint trolley. Hand-held control makes actual placement of the Main Unit less critical.
Info Medtronic Neurological and Spinal
Customer Service: (800) 510-6735
Web site: http://www.medtronic.com/neuro/

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