6th Latin American Congress of Artificial Organs and Biomaterials
Welcome to the 10th Vienna International Workshop on Functional Electrical Stimulation
FES and motor control : 1
Neural control of posture and locomotion : 2
Human neurophysiology of the voluntary motor tasks : 3
Comparison of neuromuscular stimulation to exercise : 4
Neuro-motor rehabilitation in reference to control theory : 5
The role of materials biocompatibility for FES applications : 6
Technical challenges with cochlear implants and the Medel cochlear implant company : 7
Preliminary comparison between haptic and electrical stimulation adaptive support for upper extremity motor training : 8
Perspectives of peripheral functional magnetic stimulation in the rehabilitation of central pareses : 9
Cortical change and functional recovery of upper limb by therapeutic electrical stimulation with chronic hemiplegic patient: A case report : 10
Therapeutic electrical stimulation through surface electrodes for hemiplegic shoulder subluxation - comparative study of the low-frequency stimulation method and the Russian method : 11
Semi-closed loop tremor attenuation with FES : 12
Gait cycle detection using 3-axes linear accelerometers and gyroscopes in hemiplegic patients : 13
Event detection for gluteal or hamstring stimulation during walking in neurological patients : 14
Twenty-five year stimulation of the common peroneal nerve : 15
An experimental setup for stimulation selectivity measurement - variability of the muscle responses to the constant stimulus : 16
An EMG based system for assessment of recovery of movement : 17
Reducing the upper body effort during FES-assisted arm-supported standing up in paraplegic patients : 18
Home-based FES in SCI: Recovery of tetanic contractility drives the structural improvements of denervated muscles : 19
A review on functional electrical stimulation in China : 20
Use of an inverted pendulum apparatus for the study of closed-loop FES control of the ankle joints during quiet standing : 22
Development of a method for estimating unit conduction velocity using spectral analysis of the action potential : 22
Including non-ideal behavior in simulations of functional electrical stimulation applications : 23
Stimulation selectivity of an interfascicular electrode in the sciatic nerve of rabbits : 24
Repetitive Exercises using electrical stimulation and a robot arm for upper extremities: A pilot study : 25
Toronto rehabilitation institute's functional electrical stimulation therapy for grasping in traumatic incomplete spinal cord injury: Randomized control trial : 26
Optimal walking trajectories estimation using wavelet neural network for FES-assisted arm-supported paraplegic walking : 27
Combined video game and neuromuscular stimulation based training : 28
Motion analysis of low-intensity back muscle exercise using a three-dimensional musculoskeletal model : 29
Stimulus-response curves: Effect of recording site and inter-electrode distance : 30
3D-color computer tomography: monitoring of muscle recovery in SCI patients treated with electrical stimulation. : 31
Cardiopulmonary responses to active and electrically stimulated stepping, with robotics assistance in early-stage spinal cord injury : 32
Modulation of seizure susceptibility by spinal cord stimulation : 33
EMG-triggered neuromuscular electrical stimulation combined with motor point block to improve on hand function in hemiplegic patients with severe spasticity : 34
Mapping method using a super multi-electrical stimulation device : 35
Polymyography during hemiplegic walking: Implications for control of FES : 36
Active Books: A practical way to increase the number of stimulation channels for FES after SCI? : 37
The limits of hermeticity test methods for micro-packages : 38
Functioning of sacro-lumbar anterior root stimulator implant : 39
Methods for in vitro study of electrical current and potentials distribution in layered biological tissue : 40
The effects of intermittent electrical stimulation with varying load and stimulation paradigms for the prevention of deep tissue injury : 41
Iterative learning control for FES of the ankle : 42
Influence of back muscle strength on Vertebral Stress-Formation of Trunk Musculoskeletal Model : 43
Movement of ankle plantar flexor and subjective pain by monophasic electrical stimulation : 44
The dynamics of cortical reorganization associated with voluntary and peripheral electrical stimulus : 45
Performance of implanted multi-site EMG recording electrodes: in vivo impedance measurements and spectral analysis : 46
Evaluation of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation treatment in two incomplete tetraplegic case studies : 48
EMG recordings of triceps brachii muscle in rats during downhill locomotion : 49
In vivo electrical stimulation of rat triceps brachii muscle to identify intramuscular electrical sensitive points : 50
Towards the development of an integrated stimulator for Active Books : 51
Sacro-lumbar anterior root stimulator implant for exercising : 52
Can the coherence between two EMG signals be used to measure the voluntary drive in paretic muscles? : 53
Improving the hemiplegic hand function by FES using direct myoelectric control : 54
Characterization of peri-infarct, intra-cortical motor cortex responses during reaching task in a chronic animal model of ischemic stroke : 55
Multicenter clinical trial of myoelectrically-controlled FES (MeCFES) for assisting hand function in subjects with tetraplegia - a study of user population, orthotic effect and ADL use : 56
Automatic real time procedure for adjusting the stimulus intensities to ensure reliable measurements of the H-reflex recruitment curve : 57
Bioimpedance based measurement system for a controlled swallowing neuro-prosthesis : 58
Reduction of the onset response in high frequency nerve block with frequency and amplitude transitioned waveforms : 59
Flexible shaft electrodes for transdural implantation and chronic re-cording : 60
The effect of an abdominal FES training protocol on pulmonary function in tetraplegia : 61
A biofeedback treatment based on FES to recover the medial hamstring use in stroke patients suffering of stiff legged gait : 62
Restoring stepping after spinal cord injury using novel electrical stimulation and feedback control strategies : 63
Active arm involvement in the rehabilitation of walking after spinal cord injury: A case study : 64
FES-assisted cycling training can improve cycling performance, cardiorespiratory fitness, strength, gait and functional activity following an 8-week, home-based training program — a case report : 66
Effects of the number of pulses on evoked sensations in pairwise electrocutaneous stimulation : 67
Brain activation during active, passive and FES-induced movements: A feasibility fMRI study : 68
Repeated bout effect during eccentric FES cycling: First results : 69
A study on feedback error learning controller for FES: Generation of target trajectories by minimum jerk model : 70
Selectivity of longitudinal versus transverse tripolar stimulation of median nerve in pigs using a multicontact nerve cuff electrode : 71
Cortically controlled functional electrical stimulation: A neuroprosthesis for grasp function : 72
A Preliminary study of muscle fatigue evaluation using M-waves elicited by additional pulses for rehabilitation with FES : 73
Neural control of human posture and movement: Modifications of monosynaptic lumbosacral posterior root-muscle reflexes : 74
Optimum current strength for electrical stimulation in children with spastic cerebral palsy: a case study. : 75
A comparative study on electrical stimulation and magnetic stimulation as for the muscle contractility and the pain perception : 76
Effect of combined peripheral motor electrical stimulation and anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in stroke patients : 77
Bi-moment chair for the measurement of joint moments : 78
Development of a thin-film array for cortical stimulation : 79
Neurophysiology of the human lumbar locomotor pattern generator : 80
High performance motion control by neuro-muscular electrical stimulation applied to the upper-limb : 81
Therapeutic FES with distributed units : 82
A switched capacitor method for crosstalk reduction in vestibular nerve stimulators : 83
Joint reaction force of lower extremities during rowing in non-disabled individuals : 84
Optimization of electrode placement for abdominal muscle stimulation : 85
Development of a wearable sensory prosthetic device for patients with peripheral neural disturbances : 86
Torque prediction based on evoked EMG in fatiguing muscle toward advanced drop foot correction : 87
Output-error model system identification for FES-driven control of knee extensor muscles : 88
Optimization of a tremor-reduction algorithm for asynchronous stimulation of independent motor-unit groups : 89
Clinical trials of functional electrical stimulation for swallowing disorders : 90
Diaphragm pacing with endovascular electrodes : 91
Dependence of implantation angle of the transverse, intrafascicular electrode (TIME) on selective activation of pig forelimb muscles : 92
On the stability of PEDOT as coating material for active neural implants : 93
Development of an implantable myoelectric sensor for advanced prosthesis control : 94
The time dependence of oxygen uptake and evoked torque during prolonged isometric sub-tetanic NMES : 95
Effects of FastFES gait training on mechanical recovery in post-stroke gait : 96
Blink prosthesis for facial paralysis patients : 97
On the microscopic magnetic stimulation : 98
Use of ultrasound current source density imaging (UCSDI) to monitor electrical stimulation of denervated muscles and fiber activity, some theoretical considerations : 100
Neuroprosthesis for finger rehabilitation and independent user application : 101
1100-channel neural stimulator for functional electrical stimulation using high-electrode-count neural interfaces : 102
Effects of recovery after fatigue on m-wave vs. torque relationships during isometric FES-induced contractions : 103
An energy-efficient and multiple-waveform stimuli generator for visual cortex microstimulation : 104
Enhancement of vowel encoding for cochlear implants by adding a high frequency signal: A modeling study : 105
Current-distance relations for microelectrode stimulation of pyramidal cells : 106
Four-channel neuromuscular stimulator designed for elderly people : 107
Spinal involvement and muscle cramps in electrically-elicited muscle contractions : 108
Computation in neuroscience of conducting and processing capabilities of the human nervous system : 109
Activation threshold and contraction dynamics of quadriceps femoris heads measured with ultrasound imaging: A pilot study : 110
Improving stimulation, recording, and modeling tools and techniques for retinal implant development : 111
Computer vision for selection of electrical stimulation protocol to assist prehension and grasp : 112
The views of people with spinal cord injury about the use of Functional Electrical Stimulation : 113
Can non-invasive electrical stimulation of the brain (ESB) modify the resting-state functional connectivity of the motor cortex? A proof of concept fMRI study : 114
Display Centre of Pressure Location by Electrotactile Stimulation Using Phantom Sensation : 115
Neuromuscular compartments of laryngeal muscles : 116
Modulation of the motor cortex excitability by whole-hand electrical stimulation : 117
Perfluorocarbon-Based Oxygen Carriers : Review of Products and Trials
The First Teleautomatic Low-Voltage Prosthesis With Multiple Therapeutic Applications : A New Version of the German Artificial Sphincter System
A Thermoreversible Polymer Mediates Controlled Release of Glial Cell Line-Derived Neurotrophic Factor to Enhance Kidney Regeneration
Application of Polycaprolactone as an Anti-Adhesion Biomaterial Film
Erythropoietin Receptor Is Expressed on Human Peripheral Blood T and B Lymphocytes and Monocytes and Is Modulated by Recombinant Human Erythropoietin Treatment
Design of a Symmetry Controller for Cycling Induced by Electrical Stimulation : Preliminary Results on Post-Acute Stroke Patients
The Use of Bivalirudin for Cardiopulmonary Bypass Anticoagulation in Pediatric Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia Patients
Disposable MagLev Centrifugal Blood Pump Utilizing a Cone-Shaped Impeller
Vascular Cryografts Offer Better Biomechanical Properties in Chronically Hemodialyzed Patients : Role of Cryograft Type, Arterial Pathway, and Diabetic Nephropathy as Matching Determinants
Conversion to Sirolimus in Renal Transplant Recipients : A Single-Center Experience
Treatment for Mechanical Valve Thrombosis in the Right Heart : Combined Pharmacological and Mechanical Thrombolysis
Hybrid Assembly of Metal Head and Femoral Stem From Different Manufacturers During Isolated Acetabular Revision
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