Measurement of urinary bladder emptying using electrical impedance

@article{Denniston1975MeasurementOU,
  title={Measurement of urinary bladder emptying using electrical impedance},
  author={Joseph C. Denniston and Lee E. Baker},
  journal={Medical and biological engineering},
  year={1975},
  volume={13},
  pages={305-306}
}
Tr~E USE or electrical impedance as a means of measuring physiological activity has been studied by life scientists for many years. Physiological quantities that have been measured by the impedance method include respiration, blood-flow and blood-volume changes, pleural effusion and pulmonary oedema, autonomic nervous-system activity, muscle contraction, nystagmus, and neuronal activity. Many applications of the use of electrical impedance for both the qualitative and quantitative measurement… CONTINUE READING

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