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Measurements and monitoring instruments in the biomedical field
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*'''[[:Category:Biomedical monitoring|Biomedical monitoring]]''' - the measurement of physiological signals using technical devices
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*'''[[:Category:Electroencephalography|Electroencephalography]]''' - or EEG, the recording of electrical activity along the scalp by measuring the voltage fluctuations that result from ionic current flows within brain neurons
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*'''[[:Category:Electromyography|Electromyography]]''' - or EMG, a technique for recording the electrical activity produced by skeletal muscles
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*'''[[:Category:Electrooculography|Electrooculography]]''' - or EOG, a technique for measuring the resting potential of the retina for recording eye movements and ophthalmological diagnosis
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*'''[[:Category:Electrophysiology|Electrophysiology]]''' - the study of the electrical properties of cells and tissues
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Revision as of 17:14, 7 September 2011

Measurements and monitoring instruments in the biomedical field

Subcategories

  • Biomedical monitoring - the measurement of physiological signals using technical devices
  • Electroencephalography - or EEG, the recording of electrical activity along the scalp by measuring the voltage fluctuations that result from ionic current flows within brain neurons
  • Electromyography - or EMG, a technique for recording the electrical activity produced by skeletal muscles
  • Electrooculography - or EOG, a technique for measuring the resting potential of the retina for recording eye movements and ophthalmological diagnosis
  • Electrophysiology - the study of the electrical properties of cells and tissues

Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

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