Mechanomyography and muscle function assessment: a review of current state and prospects.

@article{Ibitoye2014MechanomyographyAM,
  title={Mechanomyography and muscle function assessment: a review of current state and prospects.},
  author={Morufu Olusola Ibitoye and Nur Azah Hamzaid and Jorge M. Zuniga and Ahmad Khairi Abdul Wahab},
  journal={Clinical biomechanics},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={691-704}
}
Previous studies have explored to saturation the efficacy of the conventional signal (such as electromyogram) for muscle function assessment and found its clinical impact limited. Increasing demand for reliable muscle function assessment modalities continues to prompt further investigation into other complementary alternatives. Application of mechanomyographic signal to quantify muscle performance has been proposed due to its inherent mechanical nature and ability to assess muscle function non… CONTINUE READING
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