Methodology for the multichannel recording of upper limb muscle activity

Christian Ovalle, Franklin Cordova-Buiza, Lucas Herrera, Aly Auccahuasi, Martha Romero Echevarría, Karin Rojas, Kitty Urbano, Ana Barrera Loza, Jorge Figueroa Revilla, José Luis Herrera Salazar

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In the study of the functioning of the muscle, the study standard is to be able to analyze its behavior or functioning, this behavior is represented by a continuous signal where the muscle signal can be recorded and visualized, to perform this registration a designed circuit is required For the capture of electromyography signals, there are many options of these circuits in the market, depending on the application, the part of the body that is required to be analyzed, the best option can be chosen, in this work, we present a methodology for recording in Simultaneous 8 signals, for the characteristic use of the arm muscles, due to its special shape, which allows it to be placed in the form of a bracelet, the signals that are acquired simultaneously and individually, can be used in many applications depending on the problem and challenge, recommending for use on the arm and providing a clean signal allowing Being used in the design of detection mechanisms for some pathologies related to the arm muscles and in the design of control mechanisms for the design of prostheses.

Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
PublicaciónJournal of Physics: Conference Series
EstadoIndizado - 2022
Publicado de forma externa
Evento8th International Virtual Conference on Biosignals, Images, and Instrumentation, ICBSII 2022 - Kalavakkam, Virtual, India
Duración: 16 mar. 202218 mar. 2022

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