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Dave Grimshire
08-09-2000, 02:12 AM
This brings up a good question. What designs are ethical committees
allowing? Perhaps this setup would be OK for animal research but possibly
not for use on humans. It seems to me that optical isolation would be one
requirement. Perhaps another would be a limit on current that could be fed
back to the person under test.
Does a testing agency like the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) test
or provide safety parameters for biomedical equipment?

Dave Grimshire

On Wed, 9 Aug 2000, Jaime B. Zamora S. wrote:

> Hello coleagues.
>
> To proof a NN model of EMG siganls, I need to build some basic EMG
> electrodes and circuitry to acquire the signal through sound card. I've
> designed single and double differential electrodes, but I'm getting
> unexpected results (and dangerous potential levels for my sound card).
>
> If anyone is or was working on this kind of hardware please let me know.
> Also if anyone knows a good book/article for practical electromyography that
> would help to accomplish this objective I'll ve very grateful.
>
> Thanks in advance,
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> Jaime B. Zamora S.
> Laboratorio DAMAC
> Departamento de Ingeniería Mecánica
> Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
> http://www.ing.puc.cl/icmtesis/magister/jzamora/index_esp.html
>
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