We strive to provide detailed safety and setup guidelines for performing simultaneous EEG-fMRI. This article explains factors related to the gradient magnetic field, which influence heating in the amplifiers and batteries during functional imaging. We also provide updated guidelines on how to protect the BrainAmp MR and Power Pack.
We are excited to let you know that Carbon Wire Loops (CWL) for the BrainCap MR are now available to order. This solution is extremely helpful for the correction of motion related artefacts.
EEG signals acquired in parallel to fMRI data require the handling of artifacts in the EEG dataset due to electrode motion, for example, by blood pulsation. Using carbon wire loops placed on EEG caps allows you to directly measure these artifacts and subsequently correct for them efficiently using a regression-based approach.
We are excited to announce some news that will bring our conditions for use in line with current trends in fMRI. We have updated the MRI sequence conditions for our BrainAmp MR amplifiers and BrainCap MR.
We often receive questions from researchers regarding the quality of their EEG-fMRI data or the success of artifact handling procedures. Frequently, these data related problems can be traced back to the recording settings.
We are very proud that our BrainAmp MR series of amplifiers is the gold standard for combined EEG-fMRI measurements. While the BrainAmps themselves continue to be as robust and reliable as ever, we decided that the user manual was in need of an update. We are delighted to introduce two new documents to support our BrainAmp series of amplifiers.