Conductive Hydrogel Electrodes for Delivery of Long-Term High Frequency Pulses

  title={Conductive Hydrogel Electrodes for Delivery of Long-Term High Frequency Pulses},
  author={Naomi A. Staples and Josef A. Goding and Aaron D. Gilmour and Kirill Y. Aristovich and Phillip Byrnes-Preston and David S. Holder and John W. Morley and Nigel H. Lovell and Daniel J Chew and Rylie A. Green},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
Nerve block waveforms require the passage of large amounts of electrical energy at the neural interface for extended periods of time. It is desirable that such waveforms be applied chronically, consistent with the treatment of protracted immune conditions, however current metal electrode technologies are limited in their capacity to safely deliver ongoing stable blocking waveforms. Conductive hydrogel (CH) electrode coatings have been shown to improve the performance of conventional bionic… CONTINUE READING
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