Exercise Science

Whether you are in need of exercise physiology equipment for your research or your physiology lab, the BioRadio wireless data acquisition system is an ideal solution. Wireless respiration, ECG and EMG measurement, Spirometry, and SpO2 are just a few of the signals that can be recorded. The compact size and wireless design allows unrestricted movement which is not possible with large amplifiers and tethered systems. The ability to move freely provides better quality data, as the subject is being recording in a more natural state.
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Wireless biomedical monitor for Exercise Science

Wireless Data Acquisition

  • Quick set up with no need for calibration: just plug and play
  • Compact, wireless device eliminates restrictions and allows the subject to move freely
  • Multi-channel wireless ECG measurement with custom recording leads and electrodes
  • Pulse Oximetry and heart rate recording
  • Multi-channel wireless EMG measurement
  • Several methods of wireless respiration recording including respiratory inductance plethysmography (RIP) and pressure-based airflow measurement
  • Flow rate and lung volume measurement using a spirometer
  • Posture and movement recording

Physiology Software and Data Analysis

  • Start collecting data with the click of a button
  • View your data in real-time, add event markers and apply custom filters
  • Calculate heart rate and heart rate variability using the ECG measurement
  • QRS and R-R interval detection from the ECG signal
  • Inspiratory, expiratory, and total breath time using RIP wireless respiration belts
  • Inspiratory and expiratory tidal volume and instability
  • Flow-volume loops and Konno-Mead plots
  • EMG calculations including RMS, standard deviation, mean, and median
  • Data synchronization with other measurement systems

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Enhanced Exercise Physiology Teaching with the BioRadio Lab Course

The BioRadio Lab Course teaching system uses the BioRadio wireless data acquisition amplifier to teach students about exercise physiology monitoring, analyses, and applications. A complete, pre-written curriculum saves you time in course material development and canned experiments teach students concepts such as data acquisition, physiological signal analysis, and clinical applications. A variety of labs make the BioRadio Lab Course a great solution for undergraduate through graduate level courses.

With the BioRadio Lab Course, students will learn the following about exercise physiology monitoring

  • How to acquire physiological data using BioRadio wireless data acquisition system
  • The fundamentals of ECG measurement, electrode placement, and common analysis techniques
  • The fundamentals of EMG measurement, electrode placement, and common analysis techniques
  • Standard respiratory sensor use including pressure based airflow cannulas, thermocouples, and respiratory effort belts
  • How to measure breath force and lung volume using a spirometer
  • The correlation between respiration and blood oxygen saturation
  • Biomechanics and the relationship between EMG from the legs and jumping
  • How to detect heart rate from a raw ECG signal
  • How to measure gait patterns using EMG from the legs