Acoustic myography compared to electromyography during isometric fatigue and recovery.

@article{Rodriquez1993AcousticMC,
  title={Acoustic myography compared to electromyography during isometric fatigue and recovery.},
  author={Arthur A Rodriquez and James C Agre and E R Knudtson and Todd Michael Franke and Alexander V. Ng},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  year={1993},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={188-92}
}
This study compared the acoustic (RMS-AMG) to electromyographic (RMS-EMG) signal, median frequency of EMG power spectrum (Fm), and quadriceps torque during isometric fatiguing contraction (FC) and recovery. Seven subjects were tested for strength (MVC) and then, on separate days, maintained 20%, 40%, or 80% MVC to exhaustion followed by MVC testing at regular intervals. Throughout FC, RMS-EMG significantly (P < 0.05) increased and Fm significantly (P < 0.05) decreased during all trials; RMS-AMG… CONTINUE READING

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