Nerve-muscle activation by rotating permanent magnet configurations.

@article{Watterson2016NervemuscleAB,
  title={Nerve-muscle activation by rotating permanent magnet configurations.},
  author={Peter A. Watterson and Graham M. Nicholson},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={594 7},
  pages={1799-819}
}
KEY POINTS The standard method of magnetic nerve activation using pulses of high current in coils has drawbacks of high cost, high electrical power (of order 1 kW), and limited repetition rate without liquid cooling. Here we report a new technique for nerve activation using high speed rotation of permanent magnet configurations, generating a sustained sinusoidal electric field using very low power (of order 10 W). A high ratio of the electric field gradient divided by frequency is shown to be… CONTINUE READING

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