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Member Since: January 24, 2014

Country: United States

  • Fibrillation via shock only happens when a current directly passes through the heart. The odds of this happening are reasonably small. That being said there are things you can do to reduce this risk even further: 1) electrodes should never be placed around the heart (this is EMG not ECG after all), 2) use batteries, 3) since the sensor is meant to be integrated into different applications/setups, isolation could be added as well. It’s pretty common not to have isolation on an EMG setup.

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