SaBer DBS: a fully programmable, rechargeable, bilateral, charge-balanced preclinical microstimulator for long-term neural stimulation.

@article{Ewing2013SaBerDA,
  title={SaBer DBS: a fully programmable, rechargeable, bilateral, charge-balanced preclinical microstimulator for long-term neural stimulation.},
  author={Samuel G Ewing and Bernd Porr and John W. Riddell and Christine Winter and Anthony A. Grace},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience methods},
  year={2013},
  volume={213 2},
  pages={228-35}
}
To effectively study the mechanisms by which deep brain stimulation (DBS) produces its therapeutic benefit and to evaluate new therapeutic indications, it is vital to administer DBS over an extended period of time in awake, freely behaving animals. To date multiple preclinical stimulators have been designed and described. However, these stimulators have failed to incorporate some of the design criteria necessary to provide a system analogous to those used clinically. Here we define these design… CONTINUE READING

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