Conductive contact gel is a type of gel that is used in electrocardiogram (ECG) and electroencephalogram (EEG) examinations to improve the conductivity between the skin and the electrodes. This gel is applied to the skin before attaching the electrodes to ensure that the electrical signals generated by the heart and brain are accurately recorded. ECG and EEG exams are used to diagnose a variety of medical conditions, including heart conditions, brain disorders, and sleep disorders. The electrical signals generated by the heart and brain are recorded using electrodes that are attached to the skin. In order for these signals to be accurately recorded, it is important to ensure that the skin is clean and dry and that the electrodes are in good contact with the skin.
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