Nerves location using impedance measurements

E. Morales-Sánchez, E. Prokhorov, J. González-Hernández, F. Llamas

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In this work, we have measured and analyzed the electrical impedance response of different types of tissue. The electrical characterization of human nerves, done on the skin, shows a lower resistance and a larger capacitance when the electrodes are disposed at the position above the nerve than in positions away from the nerve. The interpretation of these results was supported with measurements in exposed nerves and muscle of rats under anesthesia. The impedance measurements in the nerves and surrounding skin were carried out in vivo. The electrical capacitance and resistance, was obtained as a function of frequency in the range of 1 Hz to 1 Mhz. © 2004 IEEE.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages536-538
Number of pages482
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Morales-Sánchez, E., Prokhorov, E., González-Hernández, J., & Llamas, F. (2004). Nerves location using impedance measurements. 536-538. Paper presented at 2004 1st International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering, ICEEE, .
Morales-Sánchez, E. ; Prokhorov, E. ; González-Hernández, J. ; Llamas, F. / Nerves location using impedance measurements. Paper presented at 2004 1st International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering, ICEEE, .482 p.
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Nerves location using impedance measurements. / Morales-Sánchez, E.; Prokhorov, E.; González-Hernández, J.; Llamas, F.

2004. 536-538 Paper presented at 2004 1st International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering, ICEEE, .

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