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Biomedical Engineering

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 70–73 | Cite as

Use of electrochemical recording in medical instruments

  • N. K. Golobokii
Article

Conclusions

1. Electrochemical recording matches many characteristics (clarity and contrast of the trace, resolution, etc.,) of heat and other types of recording while affording a much higher recording speed.

2. Application of electrochemical recording in medical equipment is technically simple and economically sound.

3. Electrochemical recording possesses several distinctive features (such as, for example, half-tone and color recording, putting time marks or other signs directly onto the trace, etc.,) whose use can increase the scope and quality of recorded information.

Keywords

Color Distinctive Feature Medical Equipment Medical Instrument Time Mark 
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Literature cited

  1. 1.
    E. L. Orlovskii, Theoretical Principles of Photography [in Russian], Moscow, (1957).Google Scholar
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    I. M. Stepanov, Electrochemical Recording [in Russian], Moscow (1970).Google Scholar
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    Modern Phototelegraphy Equipment [in Russian], Moscow-Leningrad (1958).Google Scholar

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© Consultants Bureau 1973

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  • N. K. Golobokii

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