Simultaneous measurement of electromotive force and current strength (quantity of electricity) as a method of investigation of bioelectric phenomena
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Simultaneous measurement of the quantity of electricity generated by the muscle and of e m f gives the opportunity to estimate the energy which is used for maintenance of the difference of potentials between the injured and intact are as of tissue. Reduction of the value of electric energy, generated by the injured muscle, when the processes of carbohydrate-phosphorus metabolism are disturbed proves the relationship of generation of biocurrent of the injured area to the condition of metabolism.
KeywordsPublic Health Electric Energy Simultaneous Measurement Electromotive Force Current Strength
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