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Selectivity and Comfort of Stimulation Electrodes


A. Kuhn

IfA Internal Seminar Series

Transcutaneous electrical stimulation (TES) is a technique that is often applied for the rehabilitation of stroke or spinal cord injured subjects, or for supporting tasks of daily living using so called neuroprostheses. In these applications two main aspects are important (i) the selective activation of specific muscles in order to generate the intended motor function and (ii) a comfortable stimulation in order to increase patient acceptance of TES. In this talk the influence of the electrode size on these two aspects is investigated using modelling and experiments.


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