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Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in a realistic head model
Distributions of current produced by transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in humans were predicted by a finite-element model representing several individual and collective refinements over prior efforts. Expand
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Predicted current densities in the brain during transcranial electrical stimulation
OBJECTIVE We sought an electrical modeling approach to evaluate the potential application of finite element method (FEM) modeling to predict current pathways and intensities in the brain afterExpand
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Modeling Skull Electrical Properties
Accurate representations and measurements of skull electrical conductivity are essential in developing appropriate forward models for applications such as inverse EEG or Electrical ImpedanceExpand
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Target Optimization in Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is an emerging neuromodulation therapy that has been experimentally determined to affect a wide range of behaviors and diseases ranging from motor,Expand
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Biocompatible, High Precision, Wideband, Improved Howland Current Source With Lead-Lag Compensation
The Howland current pump is a popular bioelectrical circuit, useful for delivering precise electrical currents. Expand
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A Robust Current Pattern for the Detection of Intraventricular Hemorrhage in Neonates Using Electrical Impedance Tomography
We compared two 16-electrode electrical impedance tomography (EIT) current patterns on their ability to reconstruct and quantify small amounts of bleeding inside a neonatal human head using bothExpand
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Nanofiber Web Textile Dry Electrodes for Long-Term Biopotential Recording
  • T. I. Oh, Sun Yoon, +4 authors R. Sadleir
  • Materials Science, Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and…
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Electrode properties are key to the quality of measured biopotential signals. Expand
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The conductivity of neonatal piglet skulls.
We report the first measured values of conductivities for neonatal mammalian skull samples. We measured the average radial (normal to the skull surface) conductivity of fresh neonatal piglet skullExpand
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Noise analysis in magnetic resonance electrical impedance tomography at 3 and 11 T field strengths.
In magnetic resonance electrical impedance tomography (MREIT), we measure the induced magnetic flux density inside an object subject to an externally injected current. This magnetic flux density isExpand
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Quantification of blood volume by electrical impedance tomography using a tissue-equivalent phantom.
An in vivo electrical impedance tomography (EIT) system was designed to accurately estimate quantities of intra-peritoneal blood in the abdominal cavity. For this it is essential that the response isExpand
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