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surface electrode

An electrode placed on the surface of the skin or exposed organ.
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A surface electrode for a double-sided cooling structure that contributed to the downsizing of the IGBTs.
EMG surface electrodes were placed on both sides of each singer's larynx over the thyroid cartilage in an effort to isolate the sternothyroid (ST) and sternohyoid (SH) muscles, the primary depressors and stabilizers of the larynx.
A portable EMG data acquisition system with active surface electrodes for monitoring kinesiological research.
Surface electrodes were placed on the extensor digitorum, flexor pollieis brevis, and flexor digitorum superficialis by an experienced, licensed occupational therapist to determine correct muscle identification and electrode placement.
RLN monitoring was performed with a postcricoid surface electrode plate placed by the surgeon.
The signals are measured from the subject's forearm by a pair of wet type surface electrodes and fed to the EMG amplifier circuit (figure 1).
The Meridian M110 Fetal Monitoring System acquires and displays FHR, MHR and UA from abdominal surface electrodes that detect the fetal ECG signals, maternal ECG signals, and of uterine muscle contraction signals.
Limitations with peripheral surface electrodes include the need for daily application of electrodes and wires, as well as respiratory responses that may be insufficient for effective cough [13-14].
This technique records the electric activation potential of the human articulatory muscles by surface electrodes in order to recognise speech.
Every time the pattern alternates, the subject's visual system generates an electrical response that was detected and recorded by surface electrodes, which were placed on the scalp overlying the occipital and parietal regions with reference electrodes on the midline of frontal region (Fz).
Pasquina explained the limb is controlled by surface electrodes, which pick up electric signals generated by the muscles underneath the skin, then convert those patterns in electrical signals into a robotic function.

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