Facility/equipment: Equipment

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    Dept of Speech and Hearing, 3rd Floor, CTC Buidling


Equipments Details


• Surface electromyography (sEMG) is a technique that allows for the measurement of muscle contraction timing and amplitude using electrodes placed upon the
surface of the skin
• sEMG provides insights into the neuromuscular system's function and dysfunction
• It is a non-invasive tool for assessing muscle function and monitoring progress in rehabilitation programs
• This technique can be used to provide visual biofeedback on a computer screen during swallowing therapy
• The instrument can be used for dysphagia treatment, assessment, and research
• Two EMG channels recording is possible, two sensors can be placed on two sites and simultaneous recording of two target muscle groups can be done


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