Stuart Baur

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Intraoperative neurophysiological mapping and monitoring of eloquent brain areas can be combined with image-guided localisation to enhance the safety and efficacy of surgical procedures in the motor cortex. We designed a new type of cortical electrode which can be repeatedly placed on the cortical surface and allows accurate and reproducible stimulation by(More)
PURPOSE Besides peripheral mechanisms, central fatigue is an important factor limiting the performance of exhausting exercise in sport. The mechanisms responsible are still in discussion. Using noninvasive transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in a double-pulse technique, we sought to assess fatigue of the motor cortex after exhaustive anaerobic strain.(More)
Previous studies have demonstrated exercise-induced heat shock protein 70 (HSP70) in animals. The purpose of this study was to investigate human skeletal muscle HSP70 response to rowing training. Ten male rowers trained for 4 wk with different forms, durations, and intensities of exercise. Biopsy was performed in the right musculus vastus lateralis before(More)
We describe a subacute intracranial subdural haematoma following lumbar myelography. This rare but potentially life-threatening complication has been reported both after lumbar myelography and following lumbar puncture for spinal anaesthesia. We review 16 previously reported cases of intracranial haemorrhage following lumbar myelography, and discuss the(More)
For the connection of several partners to a Dicom-e-mail based teleradiology network concepts were developed to allow the integration of different teleradiology applications. The organisational and technical needs for such an integration were analysed. More than 60 institutions including 23 hospitals in the Rhein-Neckar-Region, Germany were connected. The(More)
Techniques for residential energy monitoring are an emerging field that is currently drawing significant attention. This paper is a description of the current efforts to monitor and compare the performance of three solar powered homes built at Missouri University of Science and Technology. The homes are outfitted with an array of sensors and a data logger(More)
Team Missouri's 2009 Solar Decathlon entry featured a revolutionary home automation system, Chameleon, promoting both convenience and energy savings. This was accomplished using the typical controls of a convenience based automation system, while maintaining user set points, such as a home's ambient temperature, in the most energy efficient manner.(More)
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