Electrode Contact Media
A universal electrode gel for electrophysiological transmissions: ECG, EEG, REG, Holter monitoring, bicycle ergometry, as well as electromyography and electrical myostimulation. The gel is applied directly to the electrode or the patient's body, is easy to spread over the skin and dries up slowly, ensuring tight contact between the electrode and the patient's body. After completing the transmission the gel is easily removed with a tissue or rinsed off with water. The gel does not stain clothes, cause allergy or damage the electrodes, and is water-soluble.
Specific conductivity: 0.7 - 1.0 S/m
Viscosity: Brookfield 15.0–21.0 Pa•s (equivalent viscosity 8.0–11.0 Pa•s at a shear rate of (16.8±0.3)s-1)
Shelf life: 3 years
Packaging: 1 box - 4 canisters (5 kg each) / 20 bottles (1 kg each) / 40 bottles (0.25 kg each)
An electrode contact gel with high electrical conductivity, used for ECG, defibrillation, EEG, REG, EMG, evoked potential (EP) registration. Recommended for EEG using caps with built-in electrodes.
Specific conductivity: 3.0 - 4.0 S/m
Viscosity: Brookfield 17.0–21.0 Pa•s (equivalent viscosity 9.0–11.0 Pa•s at a shear rate of (16.8±0.3)s-1)
Shelf life: 2 years
Packaging: 1 box - 4 canisters (5 kg each) / 20 bottles (1 kg each) / 40 bottles (0.25 kg each). Each canister comes with a free bonus gel dispenser.
A highly conductive adhesive electrode contact paste. It is used as a fixing agent and conductive contact medium when installing electrodes on the surface of the head and body during the following electrophysiological transmissions: electroencephalography (EEG), evoked potential (EP) registration of the brain, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies, polysomnography, conducting biofeedback (BFB) for EEG and EMG, etc. Unipaste is used for normal EEG and EP transmissions (up to an hour) as well as for prolonged monitoring studies and polysomnography (up to a day). Unipaste ensures reliable fixation of the electrodes, possesses high current-conducting properties, lowers the electrical resistance of the skin, does not damage the electrodes, and is easily rinsed off with warm water.
Specific conductivity: 0.4 - 1.0 S/m
Acoustic impedance: 1–2 kOhm
Shelf life: 2 years
Packaging: bundle - 6 jars (120 g each)
A highly conductive electrode contact liquid for ECG, defibrillation, electrical myostimulation, and mammoscanning via tissue electrical resistance measurement. Unispray is a universal cost-effective electrolyte that helps to perform fast and efficient diagnostics. Unispray is recommended for use in ECG by ambulance teams, as it does not require removal from the electrode contact surface. Unispray is applied directly to the patient's body, ensuring a tight contact between the electrodes and the body. After completing the transmission Unispray is easily removed with a tissue. Unispray does not stain clothes, cause allergy or damage the electrodes, and is water-soluble.
Specific conductivity: 1.2 - 1.6 S/m
Shelf life: 3 years
Packaging: 1 box - 18 bottles (1 kg each) / 50 bottles (0.2 kg each)
Uniscrub is designed to reduce the resistance (impedance) and defatting the skin in preparation for electrophysiological examinations: electroencephalography (EEG), long-term EEG monitoring, polysomnography (PSG), evoked potentials (EP), stress test ECG, ECG monitoring by Holter.
Application: before use, shake the bottle, apply a small amount of the gel on a cotton or gauze swab, make 4-5 circular movements with a little pressure on the area of application. The size of the area of application should correspond to the diameter of the electrode used. After the treatment of the skin, remove the gel residue with a dry cotton swab (gauze pad), then apply electrodes. Tightly close the gel bottle.