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  • TSA 2 - The Latest Advance in Thermal Pain Stimulation

The Latest Advance in Thermal Pain Stimulation from Madoc – TSA II

The Latest Advance in Thermal Pain Stimulation

 Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST) is a valuable method for diagnosing peripheral nervous system disorders, including chronic pain and pain related to various diseases, such as Diabetes and CRPS. QST essentially determines the sensation and pain thresholds for cold and warm temperatures, and the vibration sensation threshold by stimulating the skin and comparing the results to normative values built in the software. When the stimulus activates stimuli-specific receptors; the nerve fibers that innervate the receptors communicate the stimuli message to the central nervous system, where feeling occurs.

The TSA2 System is the latest advance in Thermal Pain Stimulation; offering enhanced precision in a robust, portable device.
New software capabilities offer a tool for static and dynamic QST, as well as the most sophisticated of research protocols, run from external platforms.

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TSA Thermode (probe) active area 
30 mm × 30 mm (standard)
24 mm x 24 mm CHEPS
16 mm × 16 mm
30 mm × 30 mm fMRI
24 mm x 24 mm fMRI
16 mm × 16 mm fMRI
GSA (intra vaginal)
Intra oral / clitoral

Temperature range:
0 – 53 °C (CHEPS 0 – 55 °C)

Baseline temperature:
0 – 45 °C, programmable

Rate of temperature change:
(standard) 0.1 – 13 °C/sec
(CHEPS) heating up to 70°C/sec, cooling down to 40°C/sec

Precise stimulation temperature control

External Control programming capability

Rapid thermal stimulation

Standard thermodes rates- up to 13°C/sec

CHEPS heating up to 70°C/sec, cooling down to 70°C/sec

Single and Dual Thermode configurations

Upgradeable for the fMRI imaging environment

CHEPS for TSA2

Enables heat and cold evoked potentials testing

Suitable for phasic temporal summation

Wide temperature range – from 0 to 55 °C

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