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William.sloboda
07-08-1998, 04:14 AM
Hi Again:
Thanks to all who quickly responded to my post asking for help with selection of needle elctrodes for dynamic application. Unfortunately the point of the post appears to have been misunderstood. I apologize for being unclear. I realize surface emg is a perhaps more viable option for this particular application (anconeus in throwing). The question however was meant to find out what kind of needle electrodes have been successfully(?) used in similar applications. I thought those working in gait for instance may have used needle electrodes in a dynamic situation and found certain ones more suitable than others. I did not mean to raise more general questions about EMG. My part in this project was not to decide on the muscles studied or the means. I merely was asked to help recommend a suitable needle electrode. My experience is in surface EMG and that is why I asked for help from the group. Hope that helps clear up my original post.

Thanks,
William M. Sloboda
American Sports Medicine Institute
wms9@psu.edu
205-918-2123












Hi Again:
     Thanks to all who
quickly responded to my post asking for help with selection of needle elctrodes
for dynamic application.  Unfortunately the point of the post appears to
have been misunderstood. I apologize for being unclear. I realize surface emg is
a perhaps more viable option for this particular application (anconeus in
throwing). The question however was meant to find out what kind of needle
electrodes have been successfully(?) used in similar applications. I thought
those working in gait for instance may have used needle electrodes in a dynamic
situation and found certain ones more suitable than others. I did not mean to
raise more general questions about EMG.  My part in this project was not to
decide on the muscles studied or the means. I merely was asked to help recommend
a suitable needle electrode. My experience is in surface EMG and that is why I
asked for help from the group. Hope that helps clear up my original
post.
 
Thanks,

William M. Sloboda
American Sports Medicine
Institute
wms9@psu.edu
205-918-2123