Study on an Electrode Attachment Method Suitable for Underwater Electromyography Measurements

@inproceedings{Han2015StudyOA,
  title={Study on an Electrode Attachment Method Suitable for Underwater Electromyography Measurements},
  author={Seul-ki Han and Jungseo Park and T. S. Nam},
  year={2015}
}
PURPOSE: This study was conducted to devise a method of preventing water infiltration into the surface electrodes during EMG measurements underwater and on the ground and to check the reliability of Electromyography (EMG) measurements when underwater. METHODS: Six healthy adults were selected as subjects in this study. The measurements in this study were conducted in pool dedicated to underwater exercise and physical therapy room in the hospital building. An MP150 (Biopac Systems, US, 2010) and… CONTINUE READING

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