Detection Signal Electromyograpy using Dry Electrode and Disposible Electrodes on the Upper Extremity when Lifting Weights
One of the biosignals used to identify human muscle impulses is electromyography. Electromyographic signals are frequently utilized as inputs and are designed to help persons with disabilities or aid in the healing process following stroke therapy. According to studies, this occurrence has led to the development of numerous electromyography module sensor designs to meet different purposes. In this work, disposable electrodes and dry electrodes are used to examine the root mean square RMS values of two different electromyography sensor module types. With a 3 kg barber lift action, each module is used to detect signals in the biceps, which are part of the upper extremity muscles. According to the study's findings, the two electromyography modules with disposable electrodes produced data with a p-value of 0.001766368 0.05. It can be inferred that there is no difference between the E1 and E2 modules because the p-value for the t-test of the two modules with dry electrodes is 0.001766368 0.05. However, there is a variance in the amplitude's magnitude, with a difference of 30mV between the disposable and dry electrodes. The results of this study can be used to teach students, and a module developed as a result of it can be applied to other studies to help find electromyographic signals.
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