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Conference Paper: Mapping surface EMG activation patterns with neuromuscular disorders by an implanted multi-channel electrode array

TitleMapping surface EMG activation patterns with neuromuscular disorders by an implanted multi-channel electrode array
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Issue Date2008
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5Th Int. Conference On Information Technology And Applications In Biomedicine, Itab 2008 In Conjunction With 2Nd Int. Symposium And Summer School On Biomedical And Health Engineering, Is3bhe 2008, 2008, p. 525-527 How to Cite?
AbstractThis preliminary study aims to testify the utility of a new surface EMG measurement technique using an implanted multi-channel electrode array, in characterization of different neuromuscular pathologies in animal models. Obvious difference in muscle activation patterns were found in surface EMG topographies of different conditions of neuromuscular systems. Further research is needed to explain the relationship between the surface EMG topographical changes and the underlying pathological status. © 2008 IEEE.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/173408
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dc.description.abstractThis preliminary study aims to testify the utility of a new surface EMG measurement technique using an implanted multi-channel electrode array, in characterization of different neuromuscular pathologies in animal models. Obvious difference in muscle activation patterns were found in surface EMG topographies of different conditions of neuromuscular systems. Further research is needed to explain the relationship between the surface EMG topographical changes and the underlying pathological status. © 2008 IEEE.en_US
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dc.identifier.doi10.1109/ITAB.2008.4570628en_US
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