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Peristaltic (Slow Wave) Propagation

EGG Electrogastrogram Amplifier

Peristaltic electrical signal propagation can be recorded using monopolar or bipolar recording techniques with the EGG100C and AcqKnowledge. To derive either long or short distance bipolar data, configure the amplifier to record with a common reference (monopolar) and then use the software to subtract one monopolar channel from another. After data collection, use the peak detection algorithms present in AcqKnowledge to analyze the time shifts between propagated signals on different channels.

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