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Spinal Cord Implant Studies

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7 Author(s)
Thomas J. Swiontek ; Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, WI, and the Neuroscience Research Laboratory, Veterans Administration Center, Wood, WI 53193. ; Anthony Sances ; Sanford J. Larson ; James J. Ackmann
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A loaded probe technique was used to measure the current density distribution resulting from application of electrical current to the spinal cords of live anesthetized stumptail macaque monkeys and fresh human cadaver spinal cords via the electrode arrays of four commercially available spinal implant systems used for management of intractable pain.

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IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  (Volume:BME-23 ,  Issue: 4 )