emka TECHNOLOGIES provides octapolar electrophysiology catheters from Transonic Scisense, for intracardiac electrical potentials studies in rodents.
Up to 4 intracardiac electrograms can be recorded simultaneously. The same Catheter can be used to pace the heart as well as record electrical activity.
The system is composed of two parts – a Control Box and a electrophysiology (EP) catheter.
Each of the 8 electrodes on the EP catheter can be controlled independently through the Interface Box. Reference pins are provided to achieve an appropriate ground.
The electrode can be inserted in the right jugular vein for placement within the RA or RV, in the right carotid artery for placement within the LV or in the esophage for a placement beside the heart.
Connect any Transonic Scisense EPCatheter to any bioamplifier and/or stimulator with the FI893B Control Box. The Control Box allows each electrode to be controlled independently. A range of interface cables allows for easy connection between the Control Box and usbAMP amplifier and/or stimulator.
Electrophysiology Catheters are less invasive than epicardial surface electrodes, for an in-depth analysis of biopotential propagation through the heart.
A basic system consists of:
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