Electrodes


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Electrodes

Tiny wires in adhesive pads that are applied to the body for ECG measurement.
Mentioned in: Electrocardiography
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Electrodes 4-point diagnostic for CS controllable - 400 pieces.
Medical industry deploys several types of electrodes such as electrocardiography (ECG) electrodes, fetal scalp electrodes, electroencephalography electrodes, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation TENS electrodes, pacemaker electrodes and others across the globe.
Squeezing into the electrode's pores makes the electrodes swell, and repeated use can wear them down.
The company says it first realised it needed to improve its electrode design and manufacturing processes while building a mould for a drug-dispensing component, which required a large number of electrodes, but with a short production window.
The methodology consists of determining the wear of electrodes and its compensation by adding material on the active surface.
In case of presence of one break in circuit of the electrodes vertical flows on side of connection of the cable have somewhat bigger length.
The precious metal platinum, a reaction-boosting catalyst that's often used to make or coat fuel cell electrodes, today costs about $36,000 per kilogram.
Errors in electrode placement can alter the interpretation; as a result, appropriate therapy may be jeopardized.
The current laboratory-scale prototypes use materials that aren't sturdy enough to be used in a commercial system, such as carbon paper and carbon cloth electrodes.
This will be the first time that 32-inch-diameter graphite electrodes are commercially used in Japan.
For moldmakers, Delcam has released a new version of its automated electrode design systems, PS-Electrode, that offers all even wider range of customization options and the ability to simulate the action of the electrode.