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Characterization of pulse amplitude and pulse rate modulation for a human vestibular implant during acute electrical stimulation

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Nguyen, T A K
DiGiovanna, J
van de Berg, R
Carpaneto, J
Kingma, H
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Published in Journal of Neural Engineering. 2016, vol. 13, no. 4, p. 046023
Abstract The vestibular system provides essential information about balance and spatial orientation via the brain to other sensory and motor systems. Bilateral vestibular loss significantly reduces quality of life, but vestibular implants (VIs) have demonstrated potential to restore lost function. However, optimal electrical stimulation strategies have not yet been identified in patients. In this study, we compared the two most common strategies, pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) and pulse rate modulation (PRM), in patients.
Keywords Vestibular systemVestibular implantNeuroprosthesisVestibulo-ocular reflexVOR neural network model
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PMID: 27396631
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Research group Neuroprothèses sensorielles pour la restitution de l'audition et l'équilibre (268)
Project FP7: CLONS
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NGUYEN, T A K et al. Characterization of pulse amplitude and pulse rate modulation for a human vestibular implant during acute electrical stimulation. In: Journal of Neural Engineering, 2016, vol. 13, n° 4, p. 046023. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:99488

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