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Brainsight2磁刺激导航定位系统 for TMS/TUS

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简介 神经影像导航定位系统 for TMS/TUS/NIRS/EEG/tES
品牌 ROGUE RESEARCH
型号 Brainsight 2
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神经影像导航定位系统 for TMS/TUS/NIRS/EEG/tES
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ROGUE RESEARCH
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Brainsight 2
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Brainsight TMS导航系统是一款革命性的产品,已经在全球500多个世界领先的神经科学实验室中使用了20多年。TMS导航系统使TMS线圈能够根据个人的MRI影像、MRI数据生成的大脑三维曲线重建或MNI平均头部模型大脑定位在指定的目标位置。Brainsight的特点对于满足单脉冲TMS,配对脉冲TMS,重复TMS,和四脉冲刺激(QPS)研究中目标选择和线圈定位需要非常重要。


Brainsight™2神经影像磁刺激导航定位系统结合MRI、fMRI等影像技术,直观地引导刺激线圈置位,让您的磁刺激过程可视化。

  • 精确引导、定位刺激靶点、角度、深度。

  • 全程记录刺激过程、刺激参量。

  • 保存并输出多种数据,为您的研究提供量化的指标。

  • 支持EEG数据同步采集与呈现(选配TMS兼容EEG系统)

  • 支持NIRS数据同步采集与分析(选配Brainsight NIRS系统)

Brainsight TMS神经影像导航系统是经颅磁刺激研究人员使用的领先的神经导航系统,世界各地有数百名神经科学家使用该系统。其功能强大但易于使用的软件为用户提供了在几分钟内快速建立完整的神经导航TMS会话的能力,并对选择注册被试标志点,共同注册到标准化的坐标空间,自动配置多重overlay等功能提供了完全可定制的选项。


通过手动选择并突出显示所需的结构或位置,或将MRI图像与fMRI、EEG或NIRS突出显示的活动区域相结合,可以识别刺激目标。Brainsight神经导航系统提供关于线圈位置和线圈方向(轨迹:俯仰、倾斜和偏航)的反馈,这对于在多个环节中准确地重新定位线圈至关重要。


Brainsight神经导航还可以数字化脑电图电极的位置,以供后续分析使用。Brainsight可以加载序列文件,如BESA使用的序列文件,以特定顺序数字化电极和数字化头部形状,以实现脑电图电极和MRI坐标空间的共同配准。


与SimNIBS或ROAST等软件一起使用模拟来估计电流和电场,以识别受tES蒙太奇影响**的位置,也变得越来越流行。Brainsight也可用于数字化tES电极的位置,然后可用于电场和电流模拟。


经颅磁导航软件Brainsight2支持任意多终端离线使用,便利用户进去预处理和后分析,使用更加方面。




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