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#37065 06/03/09 10:11 AM
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As technology gallops ahead, even techies like us have difficulty keeping up.

I read an article recently about research into non-electrode measurement of EEG and ECG signals.

I can't find it on Google - has anyone heard of this? or was it all just a dream ... smile

I think it is an interesting 'star Trek' like prospect that we could have a way to check someone ECG / EEG with lead wires.


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John,
Try this link http://biology.ucsd.edu/~gert/pubs/biocas07_eeg.pdf

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Thanks Peter,

Very interesting reading. I'll put your link in again so if anyone else is interested in this, they can take a look.

http://biology.ucsd.edu/~gert/pubs/biocas07_eeg.pdf

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