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EEG-Based Brain-Computer Interface for Tetraplegics
Movement-disabled persons typically require a long practice time to learn how to use a brain-computer interface (BCI). Our aim was to develop a BCI which tetraplegic subjects could control only in 30Expand
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Online Classification of Single EEG Trials During Finger Movements
Many offline studies have explored the feasibility of EEG potentials related to single limb movements for a brain-computer interface (BCI) control signal. However, only few functional onlineExpand
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EEG-based Brain Computer Interfaces
This work deals with EEG-based brain computer interfaces, concentrating on the Adap-tive Brain Interface (ABI), which is used in the experimental part of this work. The new ABI equipment, obtained inExpand
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Electrocardiographic criteria for the diagnosis of right ventricular hypertrophy verified at autopsy.
Four commonly used sets of electrocardiographic (ECG) criteria for diagnosing right ventricular hypertrophy (RVH) were tested for sensitivity and specificity in 12 men with isolated RVH, 15 withExpand
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Austin Moore replacement hemiarthroplasty in femoral neck fractures of the elderly.
162 femoral neck fractures were treated with Moore endoprostheses. Primary mortality was eight per cent, and after an average of seven years postoperatively 25 per cent of the patients were alive.Expand
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SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY OF THE STANDING POTENTIAL OF THE HUMAN EYE
It has been known for many years (Kuhne and Steiner, 1881) that illumination alters the standing potential which may be recorded in the eyes of animals, but only recently have Heck and Papst (1957)Expand
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99mTc-leukocyte scintigraphy in prosthetic vascular graft infections.
The aim of this study was to determine the diagnostic value of scintigraphy with 99mTc-HMPAO-labelled leukocytes for the detection of prosthetic vascular graft infection. 51 scans were recorded in 19Expand
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Postoperative graft incorporation after aortic reconstruction--comparison between computerised tomography and Tc-99m-HMPAO labelled leucocyte imaging.
Aortic graft infection may result in high mortality ranging up to 88%. Therefore, early diagnosis is imperative in the treatment of this serious complication. Computerised tomography (CT) isExpand
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Sensorimotor cortical activity of tetraplegics during attempted finger movements
We studied the sensorimotor cortical neuromagnetic activity in three tetraplegics during attempted movements of 1) the right 2) the left and 3) both index fingers. Left and right sensorimotorExpand
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ResearchArticle EEG-Based Brain-Computer Interface for Tetraplegics
Correspondence should be addressed to Laura Kauhanen, laura.kauhanen@tkk.fiReceived 16 February 2007; Revised 8 June 2007; Accepted 2 August 2007Recommended by Shangkai GaoMovement-disabled personsExpand
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