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Galvanic skin response meter

Summary Information: Galvanic skin response meter

Galvanic skin response meter: A galvanic skin response (GSR) meter is a medical device used to measure the electrical conductance (galvanic skin response) between two electrodes placed on the patient's skin. GSR increases during menopausal hot flashes and specific emotional conditions.

Other Names For Galvanic skin response meter

  • GSR device
  • GSR meter
  • Galvanic skin response sensor
  • Electrodermal response meter

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