The ear clip electrode attach onto your existing lead wire's pin tip.

Current Solutions Ear Clip Electrode by Roscoe Medical.

Electrode Gel  (95-007)For use with EOG Active and Ear Clip Electrodes. Sold as 8 oz. tube.
Ear Clips (one unit)
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FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view of the fully assembled ear canal electrode of this invention, prior to use, taken along line C--C in FIG. 1.

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  • An Ear Clip Electrode is the logical choice to turn to when performing electromyography diagnostics and stress testing, which are two situations where electrical stimulation is necessary on the ear. An Ear Clip Electrode by Roscoe Medical is great for microcurrent stimulation therapy,another common use for the Ear Clip Electrode. It is compatible with numerous EMS & TENS units on the market. Between treatments, it is recommended that the Ear Clip Electrode be kept clean and dry.

    220. Electrodes for ERG
    221. Corneal “loop” electrode
    222. Corneal “hook” electrode
    223. Adapter for corneal electrode
    224. Ear EEG electrode
    225. Cable for bridge and ear EEG electrode
    226. Cup electrode with cable
    227. Pup-jack linker
    228. Pastes and Gels
    229. Ophthalmologic conductive gel (7 g)
    230. Electrode adhesive paste (100 g)
    231. Electrode adhesive paste Ten20 (114 g)
    232. Abrasive paste for skin preparation (160 g)
    233. Abrasive gel for skin preparation (114 g)
    234. Stimulators
    235. Visual stimulator (LED goggles)
    236. Set of penlights with concentrators (red, blue, green, white)
    237. Mini-ganzfeld stimulator
    238. Adapter for high resolution pattern-stimulator

  • 220. Electrodes for ERG
    221. Corneal “loop” electrode
    222. Corneal “hook” electrode
    223. Adapter for corneal electrode
    224. Ear EEG electrode
    225. Cable for bridge and ear EEG electrode
    226. Cup electrode with cable
    227. Pup-jack linker
    228. Pastes and Gels
    229. Ophthalmologic conductive gel (7 g)
    230. Electrode adhesive paste (100 g)
    231. Electrode adhesive paste Ten20 (114 g)
    232. Abrasive paste for skin preparation (160 g)
    233. Abrasive gel for skin preparation (114 g)
    234. Stimulators
    235. Visual stimulator (LED goggles)
    236. Set of penlights with concentrators (red, blue, green, white)
    237. Mini-ganzfeld stimulator
    238. Adapter for high resolution pattern-stimulator

    220. Electrodes for ERG
    221. Corneal “loop” electrode
    222. Corneal “hook” electrode
    223. Adapter for corneal electrode
    224. Ear EEG electrode
    225. Cable for bridge and ear EEG electrode
    226. Cup electrode with cable
    227. Pup-jack linker
    228. Pastes and Gels
    229. Ophthalmologic conductive gel (7 g)
    230. Electrode adhesive paste (100 g)
    231. Electrode adhesive paste Ten20 (114 g)
    232. Abrasive paste for skin preparation (160 g)
    233. Abrasive gel for skin preparation (114 g)
    234. Stimulators
    235. Visual stimulator (LED goggles)
    236. Set of penlights with concentrators (red, blue, green, white)
    237. Mini-ganzfeld stimulator
    238. Adapter for high resolution pattern-stimulator

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  • EEG lead wires - Ear clip electrode and 1.5mm safety DIN socket connector

    The researchers applied electrodes to the ears of 34 healthy people and switched on the TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) machines for 15-minute sessions. They monitored the variability of subjects' heartbeats and the activity of the part of the nervous system that drives the heart. Monitoring continued for 15 minutes after the TENS machine was switched off.

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Referring to FIGS. 5 and 6, cross-sectional views of the ear electrode of this invention in the initial and final insertion positions in the ear canal are shown.