An Analyzer for Autonomic Nerve Activities in Acute and Chronic Animals

Abstract

A real-time analyzer for autonomic nerve activity in acute and chronic animals has been developed. This device, using a finite difference method, can separate individual neural spikes from compound nerve action potentials consisting of base-line drift due to bodily movement, 60 Hz power-line interference, and bioelectrical signals such as electromyogram and… (More)

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@article{Yonezawa1986AnAF, title={An Analyzer for Autonomic Nerve Activities in Acute and Chronic Animals}, author={Yoshiharu Yonezawa and Ishio Ninomiya and Naoki Nishiura and Shinji Kajita}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering}, year={1986}, volume={BME-33}, pages={63-66} }