• 1890.00 £
  • Published date: May 15, 2024
    • Isleworth, London, United Kingdom


⭕ PO 202-Flexcomp encoder; TT-USB receiver; Biograph Infiniti Software; BVP sensor; SC sensor; 2 Myoscan EMG sensors; Temperature sensor; Respiration sensor; 2 Sensor extended cable kit; EEG-Z Impedance check; TT-EEG Mono/Bipolar electrode kit; Foot switch pedal; 1 Neuroinfiniti suite; Triodes for SEMG; Ag-Ag EKG/EMG electrode; Extra connector cables; Fiber optic cable; Carrying case. Equipment is in perfect working order and excellent cosmetic condition. One owner from new since June 2013. Comes with 30 day return policy if not happy with the purchase. Will consider shipping or collection locally.

The NeuroInfiniti Stress Response Evaluation is an effective and accurate method of measuring your physiological stress response. It is a 12 minute computerized test, which is a totally non-invasive exam. Sensors are attached to your skin in such areas as your shoulder muscles, the top of your head, and your hands. From this computerized test, comparisons of your neurological response and recovery are tested. It tests the following:

1. Brain Waves: This portion of the exam concerns the ability of the brain to be busy when necessary and to rest when necessary. Stress events like the math test , noises and breathing execise require brain activity (increased Beta) and when relaxed, increased Alpha/Theta.

2. Heart Rate Variability (HRV): Is an effective method of measuring stress effects in your patients life. Research has established that HRV is also a good methosd of measuring the effectiveness of Chiropractic care.

3. Heart Rate: We have long been aware of the importance of heart rate in maintaining good health responses. However, just taking a persons pulse isnt enough information to tell us what happens during stress situations. The stress test gives us a chance to see what speeds up the heart rate, and how quickly it can return to normal. There is a direct relationship between breathing and heart rates.

4. Skin Conductance: The amount of moisture produced by the sweat glands in the hands is a direct result of stress. More hand moisture means a higher stress response. We can measure your ability to reduce the effects of your stressors. This means improved neurological responses.

5. Temperature: The normal response to stress is for the body to withdraw blood volume from the extremities and pool it in the organs. This action reduces the temperature in the hands and feet.

6. Respiration Rate: While we are aware of changes in respiration rate during exertion, we seldom use it as a measurement of health. As there is a relationship between stress and oxygen requirement, the respiratory rate is very important. The pattern of breathing is equally as important such as chest elevation versus diaphragmatic breathing.

7. Muscle Activity: We can measure muscle activity throughout the body in both relaxed resting mode or in active motion mode. The trapezius of the shoulders is a good indicator of over-tightened muscles due to stress responses.

Phone number ✆ 021 7843 8439
Isleworth, London

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