Fascicular selectivity in transverse stimulation with a nerve cuff electrode: a theoretical approach.

@article{Deurloo2003FascicularSI,
  title={Fascicular selectivity in transverse stimulation with a nerve cuff electrode: a theoretical approach.},
  author={Kirsten E. I. Deurloo and Jan Holsheimer and Piet Bergveld},
  journal={Neuromodulation : journal of the International Neuromodulation Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={258-69}
}
The performance of cathode-anode configurations in a cuff electrode to stimulate a single fascicle in a nerve trunk has been investigated theoretically. A three-dimensional volume conductor model of a nerve trunk with four fascicles in a cuff electrode and a model of myelinated nerve fiber stimulation were used to calculate the recruitment of 15 m fibers in each fascicle. The effect of a monopole, a transverse bipole (anode opposite the cathode), and a narrow transverse tripole (guarded cathode… CONTINUE READING

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