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1969 Neuroelectric Conference-Electroneuroprothesis, Electroanesthesia, and Nonconvulsive Electrotherapy [Report]

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The medical use of electrical current was the theme of the Fifth Neuroelectric Society Conference held in San Francisco, Calif., USA, February 26-28, 1969. The interdisciplinary conference, arranged by Stanford Research Institute, was attended by 200 scientists and provided continuity with previous Iueetings onl electroanesthesia and electrosleep. Sections on electroneuroprosthesis, bioinstrumentation, and basic research in neurophysiology were also schedtuled at the conference.

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Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:BME-17 ,  Issue: 1 )