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Therapy
Application Field Depression, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsession, anxiety disorder and sleep disorder and so on.

Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation Ache, Parkinson, Alzheimer, motor neuron disease(MND), multiple sclerosis(MS), cerebral apoplexy, urinary retention,
urinary incontinence,spinal injury, peripheral nerve injury, resuscitation coma, child autism, child cerebral palsy and hyperactivity and so on.


DiagnosisMeasuring motor evoked potential(MEP) by internal EMG module or third party EMG system.. TMS-EMG can be used for evaluating the function of
corticospinal tracts. The common evaluation items: MEP, CMCT, MRCT.  

Our TMS has got China FDA and CE cleared,  but has not had US FDA 510(k) cleared yet.
Research1. S-series TMS can be equipped with TMS-EEG(ERP) synchronous signals acquisition box. The synchronous record of TMS-ERP takes advantages of the high temporal resolution of EEG to track the changes of the neuronal activities evoked by TMS. This technology can record the cortical potential evoked by TMS and the diffusion potential from stimulation target.

2. S-series TMS supports the PAS which is an important method to study the cortex plasticity, including: long term potentiation (LTP), long term depression(LTD).
S-series TMS Model and Configuration
Paired associative stimulation (PAS)Paired associative stimulation (PAS) refers to a paradigm consisting of slow-rate repetitive low-frequency median nerve stimulation combined with transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) over the contralateral motor cortex. This protocol has been shown to induce plastic changes of excitability in the human motor cortex. Its principles of design were shaped after associative long-term potentiation (LTP) in experimental animals, a cellular mechanism likely to be relevant for learning and memory. PAS-induced changes of cortical excitability share a number of physiological properties with LTP. Of particular importance is the fact that the sign of PAS-induced changes of the size of amplitudes of the motor evoked potentials (MEPs) depends on the exact interval between the afferent and the magnetic pulse during the intervention.