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Myoguide™Injection Guidance System
Myoguide™ is a handheld needle EMG guided injection system. Myoguide™ enables clinicians to see and hear, as well as challenge, the injection sites, before any drug is injected.
Myoguide™ System UPGRADE!
Myoguide's integrated stimulator can now stimulate in both 1.0mA and 0.1mA steps over the full 0-20mA stimulation range; Myoguide has 50, 100, 200, or 500μs stimulation pulse width choices; and stimulation frequency choices of 1, 3, 5, 7, or 10 Hz;
Please contact us about our new upgrade program!
Designed for clinicians managing patients with pain and spasticity. Clinicians can document patient history, treatment, treatment plans, generate reports, as well as, add and track spasticity, capability, and pain index scores.
Clinicians can mark, as well as, attach details, where they inject using anatomical graphics. They can also review the complete patient injection history at any time, using displayed coloured markers.
Powerful "at a glance" insights into your patients' progress are available using the graphics based system. Myoguide DOC™ includes built-in graphics series defining a variety of spasticity syndromes. There is also the capability to build your own customized anatomical graphic series, for clinically defined protocols, pertinent to each office or department.
Intronix is always at the forefront of technologies and constantly researching and developing new products. The products we have in development cover a wide range of applications, expanding our scope and contributing to support diagnostics and treatment.
The industry is constantly changing as new information and technologies are introduced to the medical world. Stay up-to-date with Intronix to remain knowledgeable and competitive in the medical device field.
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