Novel dry electrodes for ECG monitoring.

  title={Novel dry electrodes for ECG monitoring.},
  author={Anna Gruetzmann and Stefan Hansen and J{\"o}rg M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Physiological measurement},
  volume={28 11},
The development, fabrication and characterization of two novel dry bioelectrodes--conductive and capacitive ones--for biopotential monitoring are presented. The new electrodes have the potential to improve the applicability of dry electrodes in ambulant recording of ECG by reducing motion artifacts as well as the contact impedance to the skin. Furthermore, a passive filter network is integrated into the new electrodes to suppress slow offset fluctuation of the ECG signal caused e.g. by motions… CONTINUE READING
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