biopotential


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biopotential

(1) The amount of energy in a living organism which can be transformed into kinetic energy.
(2) The electrical spikes which are measured and have diagnostic portent in electrocardiography, electroencephalography, electromyography and so on.
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The Maxim MAX30004 AFE, available from Mouser Electronics, provides a single biopotential channel that measures R wave-to-R wave interval of heart beats to determine heart rate.
Additional advancements also enable the evaluation of CNS function via implanted EEG biopotential leads.
The electrical output from the muscle was amplified with a biopotential amplifier with a gain of 5,000 and frequency response, which was flat from DC to 1000 Hz (Biopac Systems Inc.
SH rats were surgically implanted with ECG biopotential telemeters and then exposed via whole-body inhalation to 0.
Clinical analysis of brain biopotential investigation was carried out taking into account the classification of the types of EEG by (Rakhimdzhanov, 1997).
In 1820 the galvanometer was developed that enable the detection of very small electrical currents enabling the birth of the biopotential measurements.
Finally, components were assembled on both sides of the flex substrates: SMT components, the IMEC biopotential ASIC and the Nordic radio.
This is accomplished using a biopotential electrode.
Possible power mechanisms accompanying occurrence of biopotential.
transaction, Biopotential issued $21,950,219 common shares at
EEG activity was recorded using a BIOPAC EEG100A differential amplifier module consisting of four high-gain, differential input, biopotential amplifiers.
said the sensor, dubbed ''plantone,'' responds to the biopotential differences of the plant.