In-Vivo Measurement of Muscle Tension: Dynamic Properties of the MC Sensor during Isometric Muscle Contraction

@inproceedings{Dordevic2014InVivoMO,
  title={In-Vivo Measurement of Muscle Tension: Dynamic Properties of the MC Sensor during Isometric Muscle Contraction},
  author={Srdan Dordevic and Saso Tomazic and Marco Narici and Rado Pi{\vs}ot and Andrej Meglic},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2014}
}
Skeletal muscle is the largest tissue structure in our body and plays an essential role for producing motion through integrated action with bones, tendons, ligaments and joints, for stabilizing body position, for generation of heat through cell respiration and for blood glucose disposal. A key function of skeletal muscle is force generation. Non-invasive and selective measurement of muscle contraction force in the field and in clinical settings has always been challenging. The aim of our work… CONTINUE READING

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