photostimulator

photostimulator

a source of an intense flash of light of very short duration that serves as the light stimulus for electroretinography.
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The interruption is generated synchronously with each flashing start from the photostimulator.
Calibration of the photostimulator was performed using a computerized spectrophotometer S-2000 (WPI, Sarasota, USA).
Since anxiety is virtually always a component of depression, a photostimulator of blue, red, or mixed blue/red light, with a frequency of 1 to 7 Hz, was used.
Conclusions: Earlier work with 30,000 depressed patients has now been simplified to allow a simple approach requiring only 3 visits, with instruction for home application of the Liss CES and a photostimulator.
Simple linear regression analyses and Spearman's rank correlation were carried out to find the interrelationship between different reaction conditions and photostimulators on AgNPs production.