Neural Prosthetics:A Review of Empirical vs. Systems Engineering Strategies

@inproceedings{Loeb2018NeuralPR,
  title={Neural Prosthetics:A Review of Empirical vs. Systems Engineering Strategies},
  author={Gerald E. Loeb},
  booktitle={Applied bionics and biomechanics},
  year={2018}
}
Implantable electrical interfaces with the nervous system were first enabled by cardiac pacemaker technology over 50 years ago and have since diverged into almost all of the physiological functions controlled by the nervous system. There have been a few major clinical and commercial successes, many contentious claims, and some outright failures. These tend to be reviewed within each clinical subspecialty, obscuring the many commonalities of neural control, biophysics, interface materials… CONTINUE READING

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