Análisis preliminar y depuración de un circuito de acondicionamiento para un sensor electromiográfico superficial de electrodos secos diseñado in-house

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Title Análisis preliminar y depuración de un circuito de acondicionamiento para un sensor electromiográfico superficial de electrodos secos diseñado in-house
Signal conditioning circuit debugging and preliminary analysis of an in-house designed superficial electromiography sensor
 
Creator Albites Sanabria, José Luis
Sanabria Boudri, Fanny Miriam
Colina Ysea, Félix José
 
Subject Ciencias de la Salud
Electromiografía superficial; Condicionamiento de señales analógicas; sensores in-house; procesamiento de señales.
Health Science
Superficial electromyography, Signal conditioning, In-house sensors, Signal processing.
 
Description Diversos estudios han determinado la importancia de la electromiografía (EMG) en la detección de desórdenes musculares y de movimiento en extremidades superiores. En la actualidad, la electromiografía superficial (sEMG) se utiliza para la rehabilitación y detección de distonía, fatiga muscular, temblores entre otros fenómenos musculares. Sin embargo, la adquisición de estas señales es realizada a través de dispositivos costosos y no portátiles que requieren que el usuario asista a un laboratorio o clínica para la evaluación de estos desórdenes. Debido a ellos, empresas y laboratorios de biomédica diseñan sus propios sensores EMG in-house (también referido a la fabricación realizada en el mismo ambiente de trabajo). El presente estudio tiene como finalidad el análisis preliminar de los componentes de acondicionamiento analógico necesarios para el correcto funcionamiento del sensor electromiográfico a través de pruebas experimentales y de depuración utilizando instrumentos de medición electrónicos y digitales.
Several studios have determined the importance of electromiography (EMG) in the detection of movement and muscle related disorders. To the present, superficial electromyography (sEMG) is used as a rehabilitation and detection tool in muscle-related problems such as dystonia, muscle fatigue, tremors, among many others. However, currently most of the traditional and clinical equipments used in clinics are non portable and expensive. As a consequence, some companies and laboratories develop in-house electromyography sensors. The main purpose of this study is to present preliminary analysis of components and stages involved in the analog conditioning circuit of a in-house developed sensor through experimental and debugging tests using electronic and digital measurement devices.
 
Publisher Fundación Koinonia
 
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Date 2019-07-26
 
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Source Revista Arbitrada Interdisciplinaria de Ciencias de la Salud. Salud y Vida; Vol. 3, Núm. 6 (3): Julio - Diciembre. 2019; 58-76
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10.35381/s.v.v3i6
 
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