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Electromyographic Responses during Elbow Movement at Two Angles with Voluntary Contraction: Influences of Muscle Activity on Upper Arm Biceps Brachii
(Airiti Library, 2012)
Analysis of Electromyography (EMG) signals generated by individuals is part of human musculoskeletal system research and signals are always influenced by the electrode placement in the muscle. This characteristic is also ...
Surface Electromyography Assessment of the Biceps Brachii Muscle between the Endplate Region and Distal Tendon Insertion: Comparison in Terms of Gender, Dominant Arm and Contraction
[Purpose] In some earlier studies of electromyography (EMG) of the upper arm biceps brachii (BB), researchers preferred to place the electrodes on the middle of the biceps muscle to analyze its function. This study ...
Analysis of the Effect on Electrode Placement on an Adolescent’s Biceps Brachii during Muscle Contractions Using a Wireless EMG Sensor
Electromyography (EMG) is a random signal recording process that fully depends on proper electrode placement on the active muscle. The present study investigated and analyzed the electrical (amplitude) responses from three ...
Mechanomyography Sensors for Muscle Assessment: a Brief Review
There are three mechanomyography terminologies that are commonly used: acoustic myography, vibromyography, and phonomyography. There is no clear evidence concerning the sensors used among these terminologies. Thus the ...
Gait disorder rehabilitation using vision and nonvision based sensors: A systematic review
(Basic Medical Sciences of FBIH, 2012-08-16)
Even though the amount of rehabilitation guidelines has never been greater, uncertainty continues to arise regarding the efficiency and effectiveness of the rehabilitation of gait disorders. This question has been hindered ...