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Tremographs

Definition : Graphical recorders designed to record involuntary trembling or quivering (i.e., tremors) of a body part in a resting position. Some recorders include a mechanism with a stylus that records the movements directly from a sensor (e.g., pneumatic bellows suspended from a bracket) located on a finger, hand, or arm; other recorders consist of an electronic unit that records the movements after a transducer converts the movements to electrical signals. Tremographs are used to facilitate the diagnosis and assess the progress of treatment in patients suffering from conditions (e.g., Parkinson's, alcoholism) that cause tremors.

Entry Terms : "Tremor Recorders" , "Recorders, Tremor"

UMDC code : 14144

   

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Cleveland Medical Devices Inc

CleveMed was founded with the goal of developing innovative biomedical signal processing and instrumentation devices. CleveMed has since become a leader in miniaturized wireless telemetry, physiological monitoring and rehabilitation devices. Through these innovations, CleveMed has developed a growing range of products that address the needs of the medical, research and academic communities.

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