biopotentials

biopotentials

[-pəten′shəls]
a voltage produced by a tissue of the body, particularly muscle tissue during a contraction. Electrocardiography depends on measurement of changing potentials in contracting heart muscle. Electromyography and electroencephalography function similarly in the diagnosis of neuromuscular and brain disorders, respectively.
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Today there are solutions based on the registration of biopotentials of the human body, such as electromyography (EMG), electroencephalography (EEG), electro oculography (EOG), and electrocardiography (ECG) [1-5].
Invitation to tender: The System For Measuring Biopotentials With Active Electrodes
Biopotentials of Ulva fasciata and Hypnea musiformis collected from the peninsular coast of India.
the profile of hydrophobicity of the protein sequences or the variation over time of biopotentials such as the ECG (electrocardiogram), those 'hidden' variables, which are supposed to help define the dynamic characteristics of the system.
While detecting gait event is possible with physical sensors such as force sensitive resistors, accelerometers, and gyroscopes [7-8], biopotentials such as EMG can also provide useful and reliable information when the movement is impaired [9-11].
They also were characterized by the predominantly high-frequency alpha-wave, the minimum level of the dimensional synchronization of the biopotentials of the front regions of cortex.
Channels 1 and 2 can be configured for isolated recording of biopotentials or as DC coupled inputs.
The study of the fine structure distortions (low amplitude high frequency oscillations) of heart and brain biopotentials caused by the filter circuits in medical diagnostic equipment; search for the ways to eliminate noise while preserving the fine structure level of less than 1 [micro]V in the frequency range of 0-150 Hz", the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Project No.