Electrically evoked myoelectric signals.

  title={Electrically evoked myoelectric signals.},
  author={Roberto Merletti and Marco Knaflitz and Camila DeLuca},
  journal={Critical reviews in biomedical engineering},
  volume={19 4},
Electrical stimulation of the nervous system is attracting increasing attention because of the possibilities it offers for physiological investigations, clinical diagnosis, muscle function assessment, noninvasive muscle characterization, and functional control of paralyzed extremities. Parameters of the myoelectric signal evoked by surface stimulation of a muscle motor point or by stimulation of a nerve trunk by means of implanted electrodes provide information about muscle performance and… CONTINUE READING
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