Electrical Induction

laler2laler2 Montreal

I want to use the Cyton + Daisy for an animal study in cardiac arrest. I need to induce an arrhythmia using transcutaneous induction with needles under the skin connected to three 9V batteries in series. The needles will be in close proximity to the electrodes connected to the board. If the board isn't powered at that time, is there a risk that I could damage it with this current? I could plug the electrodes only after the electrical induction, but the protocol is pretty time-sensitive, so this is going to add another level of complexity.
Thank you for your help.


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