A comparison of relative-frequency and threshold-hunting methods to determine stimulus intensity in transcranial magnetic stimulation

@article{Silbert2013ACO,
  title={A comparison of relative-frequency and threshold-hunting methods to determine stimulus intensity in transcranial magnetic stimulation},
  author={Benjamin Isaac Silbert and Heather I. Patterson and David D. Pevcic and Kelly A. Windnagel and Gary W. Thickbroom},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={124},
  pages={708-712}
}
OBJECTIVE Stimulation intensity (SI) in transcranial magnetic stimulation is commonly set in relation to motor threshold (MT), or to achieve a motor-evoked potential (MEP) of predefined amplitude (usually 1 mV). Recently, IFCN recommended adaptive threshold-hunting over the previously endorsed relative-frequency method. We compared the Rossini-Rothwell (R-R) relative-frequency method to an adaptive threshold-hunting method based on parameter estimation by sequential testing (PEST) for… CONTINUE READING
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