J C Glérant

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The diaphragm compound-muscle action potential (CMAPdi), elicited by unilateral magnetic stimulation (UMS) of the phrenic nerve can be recorded using surface electrodes. However, there is no consensus on the best positioning of surface electrodes and there are no data on the reproducibility of the signal. Using 36 surface electrode pairs, in five healthy(More)
To seek a method to reliably measure phrenic nerve conduction time (PNCT) with magnetic stimulation we investigated two stimulus sites, placing the magnetic coil at the cricoid cartilage (high position) or close to the clavicle (low position). We also compared compound muscle action potential (CMAP) recorded from three different sites: in the sixth to(More)
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