Demodulation of e.m.g.s. of pathological tremours. Development and testing of a demodulator for clinical use


In clinical tremour recordings, e.m. g. signals allow highly localised recordings to be made. This is in contrast to mechanical recordings which have been used extensively in the past. E.m.g. recordings make it possible to distinguish between tremours in agonist and antagonist muscle groups. E.m.g. signals, however, have poor signal-to-noise characteristics… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02441533

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