Assessment of rat sciatic nerve function following acute implantation of high density Utah slanted electrode array (25 electrodes/mm(2) ) based on neural recordings and evoked muscle activity.

@article{Mathews2014AssessmentOR,
  title={Assessment of rat sciatic nerve function following acute implantation of high density Utah slanted electrode array (25 electrodes/mm(2) ) based on neural recordings and evoked muscle activity.},
  author={Kiran Serah Mathews and Heather A. C. Wark and Richard A. Normann},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  year={2014},
  volume={50 3},
  pages={417-24}
}
INTRODUCTION High density Utah slanted electrode arrays (HD-USEAs) have been developed recently for intrafascicular access to submillimeter neural structures. Insertion of such high electrode density devices may cause nerve crush injury, counteracting the intended improved selective nerve fiber access. METHODS HD-USEAs were implanted into sciatic nerves of anesthetized rats. Nerve function was assessed before and after HD-USEA implantation by measuring changes in evoked muscle and nerve… CONTINUE READING
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