Astatic D104 M6B US Amplifier in high quality microphone, great modulation and solid design details: High Power Amplifier PTT button reinforced cable 2.3 m cartridge ceramic Frequency 50 Hz to 10 kHz Impedance 100 ohms up to 5000 ohms max. Gain can be adjusted Power Supply 9 Volt Block Battery Weight 220 g
Installation flange with 3-pin female XLR stem mountBottom of flange or side of stem cable exitIncludes 6' balanced audio cable terminating instripped and tinned endsFits any mini condenser gooseneck mic or other similar mics andattachments with XLR type connecter
Among nonsymptomatic epilepsies exhibiting several types of generalized seizures in children two syndromes were progressively identified: epilepsy with myoclonic–astatic seizures (MAE) and nonsymptomatic Lennox–Gastaut syndrome (LGS). Various approaches based on etiology, electroclinical semiology, and mathematical analysis have progressively helped to distinguish these two conditions. Both conditions preferentially affect boys. The course is stereotyped in MAE, characterized by progressive worsening of epilepsy, usual pharmacoresistance at onset and tonic–clonic seizures, myoclonus and frequent episodes of myoclonic status epilepticus. EEG shows 3Hz spike wave bursts characteristic of idiopathic generalized epilepsy together with slowing of the tracing. In LGS, major seizures are mainly atypical absences and tonic seizures with 0.5–2Hz slow spike-waves and eventually focal anomalies. Prognosis in both syndromes ranges from recovery without sequelae to pharmacoresistant epilepsy that has improved over the past 2 decades with the new generation antiepileptic compounds. Iatrogenic factors may contribute to the poor prognosis, mainly in MAE. Pathophysiology remains speculative for both syndromes: although both share factors of brain maturation, MAE is probably mainly related to genetic predisposition whereas LGS results from some unidentified cortical brain malformation. In unfavorable cases, there may therefore be a continuum between both syndromes. They need to be distinguished from other epilepsy syndromes and inborn errors of metabolism that begin in the same age range: atypical idiopathic benign epilepsy, frontal lobe epilepsy with secondary bisynchrony, ring chromosome 20, ceroid lipofuscinosis, and nonsymptomatic late-onset spasms.
Astatic Galvanometer was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 60.96 x 91.44 cm and the image size is 60.96 x 91.44 cm. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office.Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framingPrint Title: Astatic GalvanometerPaper Size: 60.96 x 91.44 cm / 24.00 x 36.00 inchesPublisher: Science SourceArtist: Science Source