The reliable Neurosoft Neuro-MS/X magnetic stimulator covers the needs of most rTMS practitioners. The unit allows for high intensity rTMS up to 20Hz without overheating due to the effective cooling system. The system is easily placed on the included trolley with a convenient flexible arm for coil positioning. Various types of TMS coils are available such as cooled figure-of-eight coils (angled and flat), and a cooled double cone coil. The therapeutic rTMS device is CE certified for clinical use in the EU and FDA cleared for clinical use in the USA
20 Hz stimulation with 100% intensity
Due to the additional power supply unit, the advanced therapeutic system provides the possibility to increase four times (up to 20 Hz) the maximal effective stimulation frequency (the frequency when each stimulus in series has 100% intensity of motor threshold).
Number of pulses & peak magnetic field
The unit allows continuous operation up to 10.000 pulses without overheating due to the cooling unit and the cooled coils. The peak magnetic field is 4 T, one of the highest values in the industry which supports the therapeutic transcranial magnetic stimulation in most complicated treatments of patients with a very low level of cortex excitability.
This set includes the special Neuro-MS.NET software that allows to customize or to create any stimulation template. This software keeps track of patient databases, detects motor response threshold and controls the stimulation sessions.
Neuro-MS/X main stimulation unit
Neuro-MS/X cooling unit
Angulated figure-of-eight cooled coil 100 mm AFEC-02-100-C
flexible arm for coil positioning
trolley with 3 shelves
Coil holder , trolley or wall mounted
Technical and user manuals
NeuroMS software to control TMS equipment from PC
All required cabling
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