AAEM minimonograph #36: Basic concepts of electricity and electronics in clinical electromyography
Barry, Daniel T.
Barry, Daniel T. (1991)."AAEM minimonograph #36: Basic concepts of electricity and electronics in clinical electromyography." Muscle & Nerve 14(10): 937-946. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50150>
AbstractFundamental principals of electricity provide a basis for understanding the design and operation of electromyography equipment. An intuitive and quantitative explanation of charge, voltage, current, and impedance provides an introduction to the concepts of resistance, capacitance, and input impedance. These concepts form the basis for discussion of filters, amplifiers, electrodes, digital electronics, stimulators, and patient safety. The monograph assumes no specialized training in engineering or mathematics. The topics are discussed at an introductory level to provide understanding for readers with no electronics background and intuitive insight for more experienced readers.
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