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Relevance of motion artifact in electromyography recordings during vibration treatment.
Electromyography readings (EMGs) from quadriceps of fifteen subjects were recorded during whole body vibration treatment at different frequencies (10-50 Hz). Additional electrodes were placed on theExpand
Individual identification via electrocardiogram analysis
A survey of the techniques used so far in ECG-based human identification. Expand
Muscle motion and EMG activity in vibration treatment.
The aim of this study is to highlight the relationship between muscle motion, generated by whole body vibration, and the correspondent electromyographic (EMG) activity and to suggest a new method toExpand
A new EEG recording system for passive dry electrodes
We present a new, low power EEG recording system with an ultra-high input impedance that enables the use of long-lasting, passive dry electrodes. Expand
A mobile EEG system with dry electrodes
A new EEG recording device demonstrating an ultra-high input impedance is presented. Expand
Foetal heart rate power spectrum response to uterine contraction
This study aims to analyse modifications of the power spectrum of FHR variability corresponding to UC. Expand
Automatic recognition of vertebral landmarks in fluoroscopic sequences for analysis of intervertebral kinematics
We present an innovative method for the automatic recognition of vertebral landmarks throughout a fluoroscopic image sequence to provide an objective and more precise quantification of intervertebral kinematics. Expand
Comparison between clinical and instrumental assessing using Wii Fit system on balance control
The use of low-cost, commercial gaming systems for rehabilitation has received substantial attention in the last few years. Expand
An algorithm for FHR estimation from foetal phonocardiographic signals
The long-term foetal surveillance is often to be recommended. Hence, the fully non-invasive acoustic recording, through maternal abdomen, represents a valuable alternative to the ultrasonicExpand
Relationship between visual acuity and eye position variability during foveations in congenital nystagmus
Visual acuity in congenital nystagmus has proven to be primarily related to the duration of foveation periods, during which the image of a target falls onto the fovea and eye velocity slows down. ItExpand