High Quality Dry Electrodes For Previously Impossible EMG Studies, Tel Aviv University Study

Electromyography (EMG) is regularly used to assess muscle activity in patients, but it’s not effective for long term monitoring and high fidelity applications because it relies on gelled electrodes to work. Dry electrodes are not effective enough at creating a consistent electrical connection with the skin, but now researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel developed new dry electrodes that are able to record high quality EMG while being comfortable for the wearer.

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