Uwe Schuster

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Auditory evoked brain potentials (AEP) were recorded from 9 healthy males during sinusoidal whole-body vibration (WBV) in the longitudinal (+/- az) direction with 0.6 Hz, 1.85 ms-2rms (F1), 1.01 Hz, 4.27 ms-2rms (F2) and without WBV (F3) under 3 visual conditions--homogeneous bright visual field (B), normal vision (N), and complete darkness (D). The(More)
Auditory evoked brain potentials (AEP) were recorded from nine healthy male subjects during three types of condition: A — subject and visual field stationary; B — subject vibrated (z-axis, 0.6 Hz, 1.85 ms−2 rms), visual field stationary; C subject stationary, visual field vibrated (as for B). The visual surround was confined to a checkerboard pattern in(More)
For the first time, effects of very low-frequency whole-body vibration (WBV) on the functional state of the vestibular system were examined by means of electronystagmography (ENG) which is considered as a sensitive and adequate method. During vertical WBV-exposure with 0.6 Hz and 1.87 ms-2 rms for 50 minutes, a vertical nystagmus was observed. The results(More)
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