Scott F Schaffner

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The need for novel, efficacious, antiseizure therapies is widely acknowledged. This study investigates in humans the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of high-frequency electrical stimulation (HFES; 100-500 Hz) triggered by automated seizure detections. Eight patients were enrolled in this study, which consisted of a control and an experimental phase. HFES(More)
PURPOSE Automated seizure detection and blockage requires highly sensitive and specific algorithms. This study reassessed the performance of an algorithm by using a more extensive database than that of a previous study and its suitability for safety/efficacy closed-loop studies to block seizures in humans. METHODS Up to eight electrocorticography (EcoG)(More)
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