Correlation Between Electrode-Tissue Impedance and Motion Artifact in Biopotential Recordings

  title={Correlation Between Electrode-Tissue Impedance and Motion Artifact in Biopotential Recordings},
  author={Dilpreet Buxi and Sunyoung Kim and Nick Van Helleputte and Marco Altini and Jan Wijsman and R. F. Yazicioglu and Julien Penders and Chris Van Hoof},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
Ambulatory monitoring of the electrocardiogram (ECG) is a highly relevant topic in personal healthcare. A key technical challenge is overcoming artifacts from motion in order to produce ECG signals capable of being used in clinical diagnosis by a cardiologist. An electrode-tissue impedance is a signal of significant interest in reducing the motion artifact in ECG recordings on the go. A wireless system containing an ultralow-power analog front-end ECG signal acquisition, as well as the… CONTINUE READING
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