Stimulation using the planar microelectrode is more challenging than recording. One of the reasons is stimulated electrodes need some time to discharge. This phenomenon appears as “dragging of stimulus artifacts”, that interferes signals coming right after the stimulation.
The MED64’s lowest-impedance electrodes make this discharge instantly, where the stimulus artifacts returns to 0 within 0.5 msec. Evoked signals can be clearly measured immediately after stimulation. MED64’s excellent stimulation capabilities are validated by hundreds of publications.