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SEMG Vaginal Probes

Model: T6050

For use with MyoTrac 3

For single patient multiple use monitoring of the pelvic floor muscles. These precision sensors feature a vertical electrode configuration to ensure measurement along the direction of the muscle group. The T-bar ensures repeatability of measurement with respect to orientation and depth placement between uses. The small overall size and bulb configuration enable comfortable and secure seating of the sensor in a number of client positions including walking, standing or prone.

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SEMG Rectal Probes

Model: T6051


For use with MyoTrac 3

For single patient multiple use monitoring of the pelvic floor muscles. These precision sensors feature a vertical electrode configuration to ensure measurement along the direction of the muscle group. The T-bar ensures repeatability of measurement with respect to orientation and depth placement between uses. The small overall size and bulb configuration enable comfortable and secure seating of the sensor in a number of client positions including walking, standing or prone.

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SEMG/Stim Rectal St-Cloud

Model: SA9571

The St-Cloud/Femelex electrodes are used vaginally or in the rectum to stimulate or sense the pelvic floor muscles. The same electrodes may be used for sensing or stimulating the pelvic floor muscles. The electrode used to sense the accessory muscles is a surface EMG electrode. A surface EMG electrode can also be used to sense pelvic floor muscle activity instead of the vaginal or rectal electrode.

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Vaginal Femelex Probes

Model: SA9572

The St-Cloud/Femelex electrodes are used vaginally or in the rectum to stimulate or sense the pelvic floor muscles. The same electrodes may be used for sensing or stimulating the pelvic floor muscles. The electrode used to sense the accessory muscles is a surface EMG electrode. A surface EMG electrode can also be used to sense pelvic floor muscle activity instead of the vaginal or rectal electrode.

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