conductive gel


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conductive gel

A gel applied to the body to reduce its impedance, thereby facilitating the delivery of an electric shock.
See also: gel
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Use of "no-gel" electrodes (avoids messy conductive gels and respondent clean-up)
Unlike existing technologies, LifeWave's approach is non-ionizing, requires no electrodes, conductive gels or skin contact and can permeate barriers such as clothing, air and bone.