alexa Abstract | Design and Development of Physiological Signal Acquisition System
ISSN ONLINE(2278-8875) PRINT (2320-3765)

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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Abstract

Hospitals need several measurement systems that can measure physiological parameters of the patient. Measurement systems should be able to measure accurately the vitals of patients like heart conditions, body temperature, electrical activity of the muscles etc. Approaching EMG is used to monitor the patient during the exercise and advise him to stop as he is the fatigue condition. During muscle activation, the signal is produced from small electrical currents generated by the exchange of ions across the muscle membranes using surface electrodes is amplified and recorded with instrument known as the EMG. The pc based signal acquisition is efficient and effective method for biomedical signal acquisition and monitoring. In this paper a simple and cost effective method for detecting voluntary muscle movement of human being is proposed .in this work .EMG signal is picked up from the hand biceps using simple computer interface and processed by MATLAB based filter algorithm for online clean display.

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Author(s): M.Karuna, I. Krishna Rao

Keywords

electromyography, Data acquisition, muscle contractions, EMG signal, Signal Transduction,Cell Signal

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