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Iontophoresis Controller

MIC2

Transdermal drug delivery by iontophoresis can be used with monitoring and imaging systems to assess blood flow/ oxygen responses

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    MIC2 iontophoresis controller

    This system has now been discontinued but a moorVMS iontophoresis module is planned. We do have a small number of discounted ex-demo units available. Please contact us for information.

    The MIC2 was designed specifically for use in microvascular flow research, with low current doses, variable delivery periods and the ability to assess electrical skin resistance. A choice of re-usable drug chambers is available, suitable for both laser Doppler imaging and monitoring assessments.

    Moor laser Doppler users can also benefit from dedicated software and hardware compatibility to ease the practicalities of drug delivery, blood flow measurement and analysis. The MIC2 can also be used in stand-alone mode to operate alongside any laser Doppler system.

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