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Dry contact electrodes performance in canine ECG

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Dry contact electrodes performance in canine ECG. / Virtanen, Juhani; Leivo, Joni; Somppi, Sanni; Törnqvist, Heini; Fiedler, Patrique; Väätäjä, Heli; Surakka, Veikko; Vehkaoja, Antti.

ACI '18: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction. ACM, 2018.

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Virtanen, J, Leivo, J, Somppi, S, Törnqvist, H, Fiedler, P, Väätäjä, H, Surakka, V & Vehkaoja, A 2018, Dry contact electrodes performance in canine ECG. julkaisussa ACI '18: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction. ACM, 12/12/19. https://doi.org/10.1145/3295598.3295609

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Virtanen, J., Leivo, J., Somppi, S., Törnqvist, H., Fiedler, P., Väätäjä, H., ... Vehkaoja, A. (2018). Dry contact electrodes performance in canine ECG. teoksessa ACI '18: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3295598.3295609

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Virtanen J, Leivo J, Somppi S, Törnqvist H, Fiedler P, Väätäjä H et al. Dry contact electrodes performance in canine ECG. julkaisussa ACI '18: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction. ACM. 2018 https://doi.org/10.1145/3295598.3295609

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Virtanen, Juhani ; Leivo, Joni ; Somppi, Sanni ; Törnqvist, Heini ; Fiedler, Patrique ; Väätäjä, Heli ; Surakka, Veikko ; Vehkaoja, Antti. / Dry contact electrodes performance in canine ECG. ACI '18: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction. ACM, 2018.

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