• Lode MR Ergometer

Unique imaging possibilities with patient in stress 

The MR ergometer is an ergometer for use during MR studies. The MR ergometers workload is controlled with an electronic braking principle especially designed for use in a MR environment. The moment of inertia is 8,4 kgm2. The MR ergometer is standard supplied with a control unit and power unit. The standard control unit offers the possibility to read out various parameters like workload, rpm, torque, timer and distance. The power unit is completed with a safety cable for wall fixation. The MI ergometer can be used for MRI scanners up to 3 Tesla.

Unique ergometer for MRI

With this unique ergometer it is possible to perform an exercise test in an MR Scanner. An ergometer on the tabletop of an MRI ensures minimal time stress induction and imaging without coursing artifacts on the imaging.

4 Models Available

  • Pedal Ergometer
  • Up/Down
  • Push/Pull
  • Dorsal Ankle Flexion

Compatible with various MRIs at 1.5 and 3 Tesla

Compatible with 

  • Philips
  • Siemens
  • GE

Tesla independent

The choice of materials and the special design makes that the Lode MRI ergometer is useable for a 1,5 and a 3 Tesla MRI without giving artifacts on the imaging.

Exercise instead of medicine

When a test subject is able to do exercise, it is always recommended above pharmacologic stress. It allows objective measurement in either level of cardiac conditioning and/or level of cardiac work. It is safe and perfectly reproducible.

High standards

Lode is a social and environmental responsible company. 

All Lode products are RoHS/WEE compliant. 

Furthermore, Lode is ISO 9001:2003, ISO 13485:2008 and FDA 510K certified. All products comply the MDD 93/42/EEC standard, including IEC 60601-1.

Lode MRI Ergometer Pedal
Lode MRI Ergometer Push/Pull
Lode MRI Ergometer Up/Down
Lode MRI Ergometer Dorsal Ankle Flexion

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Lode MR Ergometer

  • Product Code: Lode MR Ergometer
  • Availability: In Stock

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