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Webinar #3: “Early EEG for neurological prognostication of postanoxic coma in the ICU” by Prof. Dr. MJAM van Putten

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Webinar #2: Detecting motor unit pathophysiology in ALS using high-density surface EMG, by Dr. James Bashford

The second webinar is a talk by Dr James Bashford. He will talk about the application of h...

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Webinar #3: “Early EEG for neurological prognostication of postanoxic coma in the ICU” by Prof. Dr. MJAM van Putten

The third webinar in the Expert Talks series will be a talk from Professor in Clinical Neu...

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Latest news

Webinar #2: Detecting motor unit pathophysiology in ALS using high-density surface EMG, by Dr. James Bashford

The second webinar is a talk by Dr James Bashford. He will talk about the application of h...

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Opening of the TMSi Webshop

Our webshop is now open! Order disposables, additional cables or replacement system access...

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SAGA32+ and SAGA64+ are available now!

The SAGA 32+ and SAGA 64+ are medically certified within Europe and available for sale!

Read the official press release here

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TMSi is specialized in developing of high-quality measurement systems for electrophysiological parameters such as EEG and High Density EMG. Our systems are highly versatile and have the best data quality possible. This makes TMSi the best partner for your (clinical) research!

TMSi is ISO 13485:2016 certified and all our products are certified as Medical Device. This means that our products can be used in clinical applications as well. With our quality system we are qualified to design, develop, manufacture physiological measurement systems, software and related accessories.

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COVID-19: How to clean your systems and accessories

The new coronavirus (COVID-19) has an enormous impact on all of us. Universities are closed, research that is not related to COVID-19 has been put on hold. From what we have seen happening around us in the society, but also learned from the experts in the field, we will have to deal with a 'new reality'. One that includes a potentially lethal virus, for which there is no vaccine yet. At the moment though, most of us are at home, probably writing papers, grant applications, or still doing research. But what will happen when we can go back to the lab and start our experiments again?

Mains interference

A signal that that is almost always found in an electrophysiological measurement is coming from the mains, 220 V / 50 Hz in most European countries, 110 V / 60 Hz in many others. It is a common mistake to think that if you are not connected to mains you are free of mains interference in your measurements.

Basics of Measuring Bio-Electricity

Bio-electricity, or the potential differences that we can measure between two points on the body, can give very important information regarding the electrical activity that takes place inside the body. It is therefore good to understand where these potentials originate from and what the challenges are that one will face when measuring them.

Measurement Principles

In the field of electrophysiological measurements, we distinguish two types of measurement principles: the bipolar and the unipolar measurement principle. Here we will explain the difference between the principles as well as the different unipolar measurements that exist.

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