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160ch-MEG(Magnetoencephalography)

The magnetoencephalograph (MEG) system is a device on the leading-edge of measuring extremely weak magnetic fields generated by brain activity. The MEG system uses the Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) to take stable and highly accurate magnetoencephalographic measurements in high spatial and temporal resolution (measured in milliseconds and millimeters), and it monitors the activity of nerve cells in real time by measuring the electrical activity of brain cells. Furthermore, the most remarkable feature of the MEG is its ability to measure activity noninvasively. This is an extremely safe, subject-friendly solution to capturing brain functions as they change with development and aging throughout the human life cycle. The MEG system maximizes patient comfort during MEG measurement.

MEG Body

MEG Body

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