Physiological monitoring during nmr measurements of animals

@article{Schmidt1983PhysiologicalMD,
  title={Physiological monitoring during nmr measurements of animals},
  author={P. Schmidt and E. Smith},
  journal={Journal of Magnetic Resonance},
  year={1983},
  volume={54},
  pages={480-485}
}
Abstract With the introduction of whole animal NMR, simultaneous measurement of various physiological parameters becomes desirable. Described is a system for monitoring body temperature, electrocardiogram, and respiration during surface coil measurement of 31P NMR using unanesthetized animals. Passive filtering is used to remove rf pulses from the physiological signals. Provision is made for electrically stimulating the animal. The principles are adaptable to other physiological parameters, and… Expand
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