Electrogel is used as a conductive (liquid) gel for EEG caps or EEG electrodes. Ensures low electrode impedance, avoid various types of electrode artefacts. Can be used for EEG, evoked potential and brain-mapping. Use blunt needles to apply the gel.
- Formulated for Electro-Caps, great for all EEG caps
- Ensures low electrode impedance
- Avoid various types of electrode artefacts
- Use for EEG exams, evoked potential, brain-mapping
Electro-Gel (16 oz) - Conductive EEG gel for Electro-Caps. ECI Electro-Gel has been specifically formulated for use with Electro-Cap products but is perfect for use with any brand of EEG cap.
- For use with non-disposable neurodiagnostic surface electrodes during EEG exams, evoked potential procedures, and brain-mapping.
- When using Electro-Caps, other brands or types of gel may cause high electrode impedance and various types of electrode artefacts.
- ECI Electro-Gel contains Water, Sodium Chloride, Aragum T-1998 (Gum Acacia, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum), Potassium Bitartrate (Cream of Tartar), Glycerin, Methylparaben and Propylparaben.
Tips for Electro-Gel Application:
- Do not use too much gel. The size of the area of gel becomes the effective size of the electrode. This can reduce inter-electrode distances and compromise the exam.
- Place a small amount of gel into a clean container.
- Fill the blunt tip syringe, and inject the gel into each of the recording electrodes.
- Do not fill the syringe directly from the jar of gel.
- If there is no hair at the electrode site, place a sponge disc around the electrode.
- When finished recording, the gel may be removed from the scalp with mild soap and warm water, and from the cap and electrodes with Ivory brand liquid detergent and warm water.
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