electromyograph


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electromyograph

[i¦lek·trō′mī·ə‚graf]
(medicine)
An instrument used for making electromyograms.
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Additionally, to analyze the signals picked by the instrument, surface electrodes (disposable adhesive 4-disk electrodes, 20 mm diameter disk, Hurev), instead of the needle electrode, were used in the same mode of the electromyograph. They were attached to the extensor digitorum muscle alongside electrodes of the instrument.
total length) connected to an integrated electromyograph (model 129/9, Biociber, Spain).
EMG is performed by using an instrument called electromyograph. The record is called an electromyogram.
(Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil) MCS-V2 Electromyograph, using a differential double electrode, a bandpass filter at 20 to 1,000 Hz, and a subsequent amplification of 50 times with a common mode rejection ratio of 130 dB to 60 Hz.
The program consisted of 20 biweekly sessions of progressive muscle relaxation and electromyograph biofeedback-assisted relaxation training, meditation, and hypnosis.
Traditional approaches also involve the equipment with multi-channel input designed to simultaneously measure a variety of psycho-physiological processes such as EEG, EMG (electromyograph), temperature, heart rate, and respiration.
Connecting to it, these are measurements devices of Electrocardiograph (ECG) module, Electromyograph (EMG) module, Eye movement detection, strength module, and Body skin temperature module.
Not to speak about the big difference between vibrating platforms used in an academic and experimental environment, and vibrating platforms sold or used with imprudence in the common fitness centres (which for example are not provided with electromyograph for detecting the correct frequency of the individual work).
Consisting of a receiver, electrodes, and a data acquisition system, an electromyograph records electrical changes that occur in a muscle during or just prior to contraction.
Back in his bricks-and-mortar lab, Hart uses an electromyograph to track neural pathways involved in frogs' hopping.
Electromyograph (EMG) biofeedback heightens proprioceptive awareness of the mechanisms of muscle flexure and develops voluntary control over dysfunctional, semivoluntary, or involuntary muscle activity.