iWorx offers turnkey Intracardiac Electrical Potential Recording and Measurement Systems which include data recorders, amplifiers, cables, catheters and software. Each system has been configured to address the subject being studied and acquisition requirements
iWorx offers minimally invasive 8-electrode catheters for studying intracardiac electrical potentials in the rodent. Intracardiac electrophysiology catheters allow for in depth analysis of biopotential propagation through the heart. Up to 4 regional intracardiac electrograms can be recorded simultaneously. The same catheter can be used to pace the heart while recording electrical activity.
The platinum needle electrodes can be used to record a surface ECG from the animal as well.
IX-RA-834 with 4 BNC single ended inputs, 4 transducer amplifier inputs, two iWire Digital Interfaces, High and Low Voltage Stimulators, Digital inputs, Digital Outputs, 2 Event marker ports, and ability to synchronize multiple ganged RA units.
Allows the recording of up to 8 channels of ECG, EMG or EEG from a single iWire input.
CATH-SCI-MO-120: 1.2F Cardiac Electrogram Catheters for mice
CATH-SCI-RO-190: 1.9F Cardiac Electrogram Catheters for rats
A-CEG-CIB: Catheter interface box and cables
C-ISO-PN3 : 3 subdermal platinum needle electrodes
C-BNC-2mmM : BNC to 2mm Male Pin cable
C-HVS-2mmM: 2 Safety Connector to 2mm Male Pin cable
C-ISO-2mmM: 3x, 2mm Male Pin to Female Safety Pin cable
LabScribe Data acquisition and analysis software with the advanced ECG analysis module.
SA-TCS-6: Heater controller with a 6” x 8” heated bed for mice
SA-TCS-8: Heater controller with a 8"x10" heated bed for rats.
iWorx LabScribe ECG Software Module is a powerful and user-friendly tool intended to automate the analysis of ECG data from a variety of species.
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