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Electrophysiology Instramentation and Design
Engineering and Construction
Pages 10 (2510 words)
Class code Electrophysiology Instrumentation and Design Name Registration number I hereby declare that the work presented is my personal work, done without any kind of collusion and free of any plagiarism Abstract Biology and engineering have slowly and overtime been merged by electrophysiology…
Introduction Many human body organs manifest their body movements through electric activities (Greddes & Baker, 1989). A good example is the heart which produces an electric signal, called an electrocardiogram. In the brain, there is a signal produced called the electroencephalogram (EEG). Eyes produce an electro-oculogram. When these and more other body electrical signals are measured, it becomes possible to measure the pathological functions of the organs (Bonow & Mann 2011). In this paper, there will be an explanation of the state of the art systems and the particular performance motivations that have led to the electrophysiological measurements, their principles of operation, and how they are practically implemented. The article will also look at the role played by engineering in collaboration with synthetic biology and the fundamental essence of automation in the technology. The paper will then be followed by a fundamental look of the recent commercial systems in comparison to the systems used for research and development. Background: Measurement context and problems The electrophysiological measurements or the bio potentials originate from the electric activities taking place at the cellular levels. ...
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