Minimizing Electrode Motion Artifact by Skin Abrasion

@article{Tam1977MinimizingEM,
  title={Minimizing Electrode Motion Artifact by Skin Abrasion},
  author={Hakw. Tam and John G. Webster},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1977},
  volume={BME-24},
  pages={134-139}
}
Motion artifacts frequently cause erroneous results in biopotential measurement. When surface electrodes and conducting paste are used, a major cause of motion artifact is change in skin potential. The most effective means of minimizing this artifact is light abrasion of the sidn with fine sandpaper. A very mild paste is then required to avoid skin irritation. 
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