Effect of the nerve fiber path eccentricity on the single fiber action potential

@article{Horn2013EffectOT,
  title={Effect of the nerve fiber path eccentricity on the single fiber action potential},
  author={Michael Ryne Horn and Shaoyu Qiao and Ken Yoshida},
  journal={2013 6th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER)},
  year={2013},
  pages={1139-1142}
}
The relative position of an indwelling electrode to the nerve fiber plays a critical role in the shape of the single fiber action potential (SFAP) detected by the electrode. Parameters such as electrode to fiber distance, fiber path, and position of the nodes of Ranvier can have a substantial influence on the shape and frequency content of the SFAP. This study explores the effects of these parameters on the shape of simulated SFAPs within a nerve bundle with a thin-film Longitudinal… CONTINUE READING

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