SCIENCE TIMES spinal cord injury. He described a similar asked, and withholding the signal when not Communication in a sensation with mechanical stimulation asked). At the end of the training period, Locked-In Patient of the hand and microstimulation of S1. this training was then applied to effectively In addition, there was a highly linear use a communication device where spelling n recent years, significant advances relationship between perceived intensity was accomplished by flashing various letter have been made in brain–computer and stimulus amplitude (R = 0.91, groupings in front of the patient in interfaces (BCIs) as a tool to help P < .001), with stable responses over series, with the patient delivering a neural such patients communicate and physically time. His location discrimination using click when the desired letter grouping 1,2 interact with the world around them. the prosthetic hand ranged from 73.1 to appeared. However, despite the many successes that 96.9% depending on the digit and area In a little under 7 mo (197 d) after have been reported in the laboratory of stimulation. In addition, the implanted implantation, the patient was able to setting, their adoption into clinical use is electrodes and intracortical stimulation achieve independent use
Neurosurgery – Oxford University Press
Published: May 1, 2017
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