Adhesive tape electrodes are usually placed on the wrist and a fingertip. Voltage line and current flow line always overlap from a certain point, and that point is where measurement begins. However, it is almost impossible to place adhesive electrodes in the exact same place every time, thus the measurement starting points can differ. Rather than adhesive tape electrodes, InBody devices use tactile electrodes. Voltage line and current flow line overlap at the same point and allow for a secure and reproducible measurement starting point for each individual.
/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/logo.png00InBodyJP/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/logo.pngInBodyJP2018-05-13 14:43:372018-05-13 14:43:37How are 8-point tactile electrodes different than adhesive EKG tape electrodes?