PowerMAG QPS QuadriPulse TMS Stimulator

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PowerMAG QPS QuadriPulse TMS Stimulator – 100 Hz QPS repetitive magnetic stimulator for all countries with main voltages 100 V (50/60 Hz), 110 V (60 Hz), 120 V (60 Hz), 127 V (60 Hz), 220 V (60 Hz). Designed for online EEG-TMS application. No late coil recharge artifact, no mains noise, decreased initial artifact, clean EEG signal possible after 5ms. Maximum intensity (100% output) up to 15Hz, and Theta Burst Stimulation (TBS) with up to 70 % intensity. High enrgetic Quadri-Pulse stimulation with 4 pulses emitted at intervals down to 1,5ms. Further protocols include: ppTMS, iTBS, imTBS, cTBS. Includes instructions for use. Engineered and manufactured in Germany. Please order the necessary PowerUNIT and coil(s) separately.

– Max output at 30 Hz:100%
– Max output at 100 Hz: 70%
– (Half-wave: N/A – see Lab 100 and EEG 100 models)
– Full-wave
– Diagnostic pulse
– Short ppTMS > 1 msec
– Long ppTMS > 10 msec
– rTMS protocols
– Train protocols
– TBS protocols
– Ramp protocols
– Quadri-Pulse stimulation
– Biphasic Quadri-Pulse
– Ultra-high frequency bursts
– Multi-channel TMS
– Navigation
– External Control

A new patterned repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) protocol, quadri-pulse stimulation (QPS), can produce a broad range of motor cortical plasticity ranging from MEP suppression to MEP facilitation depending on the interval of the pulses within a burst. In addition to inducing lasting cortical plastic changes, QPS can also be used to evaluate priming effects: when used as a priming stimulation, which does not induce an LTP- or LTD-like phenomena itself, it can nevertheless change the threshold for LTP- or LTD-like plasticity caused by a consecutive stimulation. This enables us to examine metaplasticity theory in more details in humans.

– Jung et al: Quadri-pulse theta burst stimulation using ultra-high frequency bursts – a new protocol to induce LTP-like or LTD-like plasticity in human motor cortex., submitted international journal

– Delvendahl et al, The Role of Pulse Shape in Motor Cortex Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Using Full-Sine Stimuli. Plos One, December 2014

– S. Nakatani-Enomoto et al, Some evidence supporting the safety of quadripulse stimulation (QPS), Brain Stimulation (2011) 4, 303-5

– M. Hamada et al, Quadro-pulse stimulation is more effective than paired-pulse stimulation for plasticity induction of the human motor cortex, Clinical Neurophysiology 118: 2672-2682, 2007

Additional information

Weight 125.00 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 36 × 24 in