Designing biosignal monitoring sensors

Eric T. McAdams, James A. McLaughlin, John Mc C. Anderson

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    Abstract

    Biopotential monitoring systems detect, record, and display biosignals generated in nerves and muscles. The biosignal monitoring electrode used in such a system is an electrochemical device that acts as a transducer between the surface of the skin and the electrical circuit of the monitoring device. Consideration of current density distribution under surface biosignal electrodes during impulse tolerance tests has led to the design of a low-cost, high-performance electrode.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages25-27
    Number of pages3
    Volume11
    No.6
    Specialist publicationSensors (Peterborough, NH)
    Publication statusPublished - 1994

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