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Thermal sensory tester

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  1. Medical device


  1. Resource Description
    Identifies thermal pain thresholds. An essential Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST) tool for evaluating nerve impairment in clinical, research and pharmacological trial settings. Computer-controlled device capable of generating and documenting response to highly repeatable thermal and vibratory stimuli, such as warmth, cold, heat-induced pain, cold-induced pain or vibration. The TSA-II delivers quantitative assessment of small-caliber (A-Delta and C-fiber) sensory nerve function, as well as for large caliber A-Beta fibers. The TSA-II is also used for identifying thermal pain thresholds in various clinical and research applications.
  2. Contact
    Hoffman, Janice, BA
  3. Manufacturer
    Medoc Ltd
  4. Model Number
  5. ERO_0000067
  6. Website(s)
  7. Location
    Robert Bennett Laboratory
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