An average response technique for recording potentials relative to a distant point without EKG interference

  • Jewett D
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Abstract

A technique is described which can be used in evoked response studies to evaluate the electrical activity of an electrode relative to a distant point without electrocardiographic signal interference. The recording sweep and the onset of the stimulus are triggered from the electrocardiogram after a variable delay so that the average is obtained in a relatively flat portion of the electrocardiographique. © 1970.

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  • D. L. Jewett

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