NC-stat sensory nerve conduction studies in the median and ulnar nerves of symptomatic patients

@article{Kong2006NCstatSN,
  title={NC-stat sensory nerve conduction studies in the median and ulnar nerves of symptomatic patients},
  author={Xuan Kong and Shai N. Gozani and Michael T. Hayes and David H. Weinberg},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={117},
  pages={405-413}
}
OBJECTIVE This study evaluated validity and reliability of automated median and ulnar sensory nerve conduction study (NCS) measurements by the NC-stat. METHODS Median and ulnar distal sensory latencies (DSL) and amplitudes (SNAP) were measured in sixty subjects with the NC-stat and by a neurologist (reference) using traditional instrumentation. The median-ulnar DSL differences (MUD) was calculated. Validity was quantified by the Pearson correlation. Reliability was evaluated by the intraclass… CONTINUE READING
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