A new high-frequency magnetic stimulator with an oil-cooled coil.

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A new high frequency magnetic stimulator, Labmag, is described which may be used in clinical neurophysiology and for the treatment of spasticity in multiple sclerosis. In order to avoid heating of the coil during repetitive stimulation, an oil/air cooling system was employed. The magnetic stimulus waveform is a half cosine with a rise time of 200… (More)

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@article{Nielsen1995ANH, title={A new high-frequency magnetic stimulator with an oil-cooled coil.}, author={J\orgen Feldb{\ae}k Nielsen and B. Klemar and H Kiilerich}, journal={Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society}, year={1995}, volume={12 5}, pages={460-7} }