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Electrode Elektrode
electrode Elektrode
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Belts, Electrode Gürtel, Elektrode
ELECTRODE, CORNEAL Elektrode, elektroretinographisch
ELECTRODE, NASOPHARYNGEAL Elektrode, nasopharyngeal
Electrode Belts Gürtel, Elektrode
Electrode Straps Elektrodenbefestigungsband
Electrode Testers Elektrodenimpedanz-Prüfgerät
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electrode elektroda
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electrode electrodo
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electrode électrode
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electrode elektróda
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electrode elektrodo
enEnglish itItalian
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electrode elettrodo
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electrode elektrode
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electrode elektroda
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electrode eléctrodo
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electrode электрод
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electrode elektrod
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électrode electrode
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électrode elektroda
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électrode Elektrode
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électrode electrodo
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électrode elektróda
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électrode elektrodo
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électrode elettrodo
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électrode elektrode
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électrode elektroda
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électrode eléctrodo
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électrode электрод
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électrode elektrod
Electrodes definition: Electric conductors through which electric currents enter or leave a medium, whether it be an electrolytic solution, solid, molten mass, gas, or vacuum.
electrode definition: conductor by which a current enters or leaves a nonmetallic medium; in electrotherapy, electrodes are instruments with a point or surface from which to transmit electric current to the body of a patient or to another instrument; in electrodiagnosis, they are needles or metal plates.
Electrodes definition: Electrical conductors of different sizes and shapes (plates, needles, etc.) that are designed to be applied to a dedicated body target (either invasively or non-invasively) in order to capture and transmit an electrical signal to a type of receiver (e.g., monitor, analyzer, etc). Electrodes can be reusable or disposable. Some electrodes are designed specifically for use in magnetic resonance imaging [MRI] environments, i.e., MRI-safe ECG electrodes, and are made from nonmagnetic materials so that they can be safely used in an MRI suite.
enzyme electrode definition: combination of any electrochemical probe with a thin layer (10 - 200mm) of immobilized enzyme; in these devices, the function of the enzyme is to provide selectivity by virtue of its biological affinity for a particular substrate molecule.
Electrodes, Implanted definition: Electric conductors through which an electric current enters or leaves a medium. When inserted, usually surgically, they are referred to as implanted electrodes.
Microelectrodes definition: Electrodes with an extremely small tip, used in a voltage clamp or other apparatus to stimulate or record bioelectric potentials of single cells intracellularly or extracellularly. (Dorland, 28th ed)
microelectrode definition: electrode with a very small tip; can be used to stimulate or record bioelectric potentials of single cells.
Catheters, Cardiac, Flotation Balloon, Pacing Electrode definition: Flotation balloon cardiac catheters designed to deliver pacing stimuli to the heart; usually they can also detect bioelectric signals from the heart. These catheters include electrodes at or near their distal tip; the electrodes are usually applied to the ventricles. The electrodes are connected through the catheter lumen to an external pulse generator (pacemaker) that generates the electrical pacing impulses; they also make possible the display of the electrocardiographic signal. Pacing electrode catheters are mostly used in emergencies during bradycardia or asystole until a pacemaker can be implanted; to control the heart rate during and/or after surgery; and during cardiac catheterization procedures (e.g., electrophysiologic studies).
CABLE, ELECTRODE definition: An electrode cable is a device composed of strands of insulated electrical conductors laid together around a central core and intended for medical purposes to connect an electrode from a patient to a diagnostic machine.
Electrode Caps, Electroencephalographic definition: Caps that fit over the patient's head that have electrodes suitable for acquiring electroencephalographic potentials attached over the inner surface of the cap, eliminating the need for glue or paste to attach the individual electrodes to the scalp.
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elettrodo definition: [1] die Elektrode
elèctrode definition: [1] Elektrotechnik: die Elektrode
électrode definition: Conducteur métallique qui amène le courant électrique dans les liquides et dans les gaz raréfiés. Dans une pile, l’anode est l’'''électrode''' positive et la cathode est l’'''électrode''' négative ; c'est le contraire dans un électrolyseur.

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Computer-controlled ion-selective electrode switch

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pH electrode performance under automated management conditions

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An active electrode for biopotential recording from small localized bio-sources

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BioMedical Engineering OnLine , 22 Jul 2004

Self-assembled monolayer of light-harvesting core complexes of photosynthetic bacteria on an amino-terminated ITO electrode

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Validation of an ion selective electrode system for the analysis of serum fluoride ion

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The Journal of Automatic Chemistry , 1995

Preparation of PbS Nanoparticles by Phase-Transfer Method and Application to Pb 2+ -Selective Electrode Based on PVC Membrane

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Searching for plasticity in dissociated cortical cultures on multi-electrode arrays

Daniel A Wagenaar et al.

Journal of Negative Results in Biomedicine , 26 Oct 2006

Analytical and numerical quantification and comparison of the local electric field in the tissue for different electrode configurations

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BioMedical Engineering OnLine , 15 Oct 2007

Amplifier spurious input current components in electrode-electrolyte interface impedance measurements

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BioMedical Engineering OnLine , 29 Mar 2005

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