Electrical conductivity of skeletal muscle tissue: Experimental results from different musclesin vivo

@article{Gielen1984ElectricalCO,
  title={Electrical conductivity of skeletal muscle tissue: Experimental results from different musclesin vivo},
  author={Frans L. H. Gielen and W. Wallinga-de Jonge and Kasper L. Boon},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={1984},
  volume={22},
  pages={569-577}
}
For a quantitative EMG analysis reliable and unique values of the electrical conductivities of skeletal muscle tissuein vivo are indispensable. Literature values do not satisfy these criteria. In the paper experimental results of conductivity measurements (four-electrode technique) on musclesin vivo on which quantitative EMG experiments are also carried out are reported. Depending on the interelectrode distance (IED) in the four-electrode technique the results appear to be either frequency… CONTINUE READING

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