Dry-Contact and Noncontact Biopotential Electrodes: Methodological Review

@article{Chi2010DryContactAN,
  title={Dry-Contact and Noncontact Biopotential Electrodes: Methodological Review},
  author={Y. Chi and T. Jung and G. Cauwenberghs},
  journal={IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={106-119}
}
  • Y. Chi, T. Jung, G. Cauwenberghs
  • Published 2010
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering
  • Recent demand and interest in wireless, mobile-based healthcare has driven significant interest towards developing alternative biopotential electrodes for patient physiological monitoring. The conventional wet adhesive Ag/AgCl electrodes used almost universally in clinical applications today provide an excellent signal but are cumbersome and irritating for mobile use. While electrodes that operate without gels, adhesives and even skin contact have been known for many decades, they have yet to… CONTINUE READING
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