A Non-Invasive Biopotential Electrode for the Correct Detection of Bioelectrical Currents

C. Boccaletti, F. Castrica, G. Fabbri (Italy), and M. Santello (USA)


Biosensors, Non-invasive measurements, Biopotential Electrodes, Measurement and Instrumentation.


An advanced current measure probe is described for biological applications. Singular points on the body skin emit a semi-constant current that could be potentially useful for a medical diagnosis of the body organs to which any singular point is connected. In order to achieve an accurate and reliable analysis of the emitted current, all the error sources have been studied in order to design a ready to use probe.

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