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Functional Electrical Stimulation Topic Cluster List

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 Issue Date First Author Title  
52-4 9/3/2015 Johanna C. Forst Surface electrical stimulation to evoke referred sensation
52-1 6/30/2015 James S. Walter, PhD Respiratory responses to stimulation of abdominal and upper-thorax intercostal muscles using multiple Permaloc??? electrodes 
51-9 6/8/2015 Ashraf S. Gorgey, MPT, PhD, FACSM Effect of adjusting pulse durations of functional electrical stimulation cycling on energy expenditure and fatigue after spinal cord injury 
51-9 6/1/2015 Sarah R. Chang, BS Understanding stand-to-sit maneuver: Implications for motor system neuroprostheses after paralysis 
51-7 5/18/2015 Thomas C. Bulea, PhD Forward stair descent with hybrid neuroprosthesis after paralysis: Single case study demonstrating feasibility 
51-5 4/15/2015 Mohammad Reza Mohajeri-Tehrani, MD Effect of low-intensity direct current on expression of vascular endothelial growth factor and nitric oxide in diabetic foot ulcers 
51-54/14/2015Julie O. Murphy, BSEFeasibility of closed-loop controller for righting seated posture after spinal cord injury 
51-54/15/2015Mohammad Reza Mohajeri-Tehrani, MDEffect of low-intensity direct current on expression of vascular endothelial growth factor and nitric oxide in diabetic foot ulcers 
51-44/13/2015Thomas A. W. Paulson, MScInflammation-mediating cytokine response to acute handcycling exercise with/without functional electrical stimulation-evoked lower-limb cycling 
51-34/8/2015Musa L. Audu, PhDPosture-dependent control of stimulation in standing neuroprosthesis: Simulation feasibility study 
51-23/25/2015Cyril Duclos, PhDComplex muscle vibration patterns to induce gait-like lower-limb movements: Proof of concept 
51-23/25/2015Curtis S. To, PhDSensor-based hip control with hybrid neuroprosthesis for walking in paraplegia 
50-710/16/2014Christof A. J. Smit, MDProlonged electrical stimulation-induced gluteal and hamstring muscle activation and sitting pressure in spinal cord injury: Effect of duty cycle 
50-61/16/2014Sina Askari, MS;1The effect of timing electrical stimulation to robotic-assisted stepping on neuromuscular activity and associated kinematics 
50-61/14/2014Rune Thorsen, PhD, MsceeMyoelectrically driven functional electrical stimulation may increase motor recovery of upper limb in poststroke subjects: A randomized controlled pilot study 
  Issue Date At a Glance First Author Title
50-6 12/19/2013 At a Glance Alexander K. Ommaya, ScD Opportunities in rehabilitation research
50-4 7/31/2013 At a Glance Hiroo Matsuse, MD Cycling exercise to resist electrically stimulated antagonist increases oxygen uptake in males: Pilot study
50-4 7/31/2013 At a Glance Mohammad Reza Asadi, MSc Role of sensory and motor intensity of electrical stimulation on fibroblastic growth factor-2 expression, inflammation, vascularization, and mechanical strength of full-thickness wo
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Dimitra Blana, PhD Selection of muscle and nerve-cuff electrodes for neuroprostheses using customizable musculoskeletal model
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Colm T. D. Craven, MEngSc Investigation of robotic-assisted tilt-table therapy for early-stage spinal cord injury rehabilitation
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Ari Jacob Levi Wilkenfeld, MD, PhD Review of electrical stimulation, botulinum toxin, and their combination for spastic drop foot
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Fabrisia Ambrosio, PhD, PT Guest Editorial: Emergent themes from Second Annual Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
50-2 4/23/2013 Amanda Carty, BSc, MSc, PhD Alterations in body composition and spasticity following subtetanic neuromuscular electrical stimulation training in spinal cord injury
50-2 4/23/2013 Jennifer L. Collinger, PhD Functional priorities, assistive technology, and brain-computer interfaces after spinal cord injury
50-1 3/11/2013 Nathaniel Makowski Interaction of poststroke voluntary effort and functional neuromuscular electrical stimulation
49-10 3/13/2013 Jayme S. Knutson, PhD Implanted neuroprosthesis for assisting arm and hand function after stroke: A case study
49-9 1/7/2013 Hanneke Bouwsema, MSc Determining skill level in myoelectric prosthesis use with multiple outcome measures
49-8 12/11/2012 Janis J. Daly, PhD, MS Guest Editorial: Gait coordination protocol for recovery of coordinated gait, function, and quality of life following stroke
49-6 8/23/2012 Raviraj Nataraj Center of mass acceleration feedback control of functional neuromuscular stimulation for standing in presence of internal postural perturbations
49-6 8/23/2012 Beatriz Crespo-Ruiz, MSc Physical activity and transcutaneous oxygen pressure in men with spinal cord injury
49-4 5/30/2012 Antonio J. del-Ama, Eng MSc Review of hybrid exoskeletons to restore gait following spinal cord injury
49-3 4/26/2012 Andrew S. Cornwell, PhD Standard task set for evaluating rehabilitation interventions for individuals with arm paralysis
49-3 4/26/2012 Eileen M. Foecking, PhD Single session of brief electrical stimulation immediately following crush injury enhances functional recovery of rat facial nerve
49-2 4/19/2012 C. Scott Bickel, PT, PhD Matching initial torque with different stimulation parameters influences skeletal muscle fatigue
49-2 4/19/2012 Bo Geng, MSc Evaluation of sensation evoked by electrocutaneous stimulation on forearm in nondisabled subjects
49-2 4/19/2012 Raviraj Nataraj Center of mass acceleration feedback control for standing by functional neuromuscular stimulation: A simulation study
49-2 4/19/2012 Loretta M. Rohde, PT, DPT Exploratory study of perceived quality of life with implanted standing neuroprostheses
48-8 10/25/2011 Anirban Dutta, PhD An objective method for selecting command sources for myoelectrically triggered lower-limb neuroprostheses
48-6 7/20/2011 Christopher L. Pulliam, MS Electromyogram-based neural network control of transhumeral prostheses
48-6 7/20/2011 Ann M. Simon, PhD Target Achievement Control Test: Evaluating real-time myoelectric
pattern-recognition control of multifunctional upper-limb prostheses
48-6 7/20/2011 Peter J. Kyberd, PhD Two-degree-of-freedom powered prosthetic wrist
48-5 6/9/2011 Jie Liu, BS Evaluations of neuromuscular dynamics of hyperactive reflexes poststroke
48-5 6/9/2011 Ya-Ju Chang, PhD Decreased central fatigue in multiple sclerosis patients after 8 weeks of surface functional electrical stimulation
48-5 6/9/2011 Isaline C. J. M. Eyssen, MSc, OT Responsiveness of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
48-2 2/11/2011 James S. Walter, PhD Respiratory muscle pacing with chronically implanted intramuscular Permaloc electrodes: A feasibility study
47-1 3/22/2010 Stephanie Nogan Bailey, BSE Neurotherapeutic and neuroprosthetic effects of implanted functional electrical stimulation for ambulation after incomplete spinal cord injury
46-7 12/30/2009   Kenneth J. Gustafson, PhD Fascicular anatomy of human femoral nerve: Implications for neural prostheses using nerve cuff electrodes
46-5 10/13/2009   Dominic E. Nathan, MS Design and validation of low-cost assistive glove for hand assessment and therapy during activity of daily living-focused robotic stroke therapy
46-4 1/1/2009   Joris M. Lambrecht, MS Musculoskeletal model of trunk and hips for development of seated-posture-control neuroprosthesis
46-4 1/1/2009   Kathy A. Stubblefield, OTR/L Occupational therapy protocol for amputees with targeted muscle reinnervation
46-2 1/1/2009   Christa A. Wheeler, MS Wireless wearable controller for upper-limb neuroprosthesis
45-7 1/1/2008   Ying-Chih Wang, PhD Validation of FIM-MDS crosswalk conversion algorithm
45-7 1/1/2008   Steven J. Gartman Selection of optimal muscle set for 16-channel standing neuroprosthesis
45-7 1/1/2008   Jessica P. McCabe, MPT Feasibility of combining gait robot and multichannel functional electrical stimulation with intramuscular electrodes
45-1 1/1/2008   Elizabeth M. Hannold, PhD Using veterans perspectives to enhance rehabilitation outcome measures: Value of qualitative methods
44-3 1/1/2007   Elizabeth Hardin, PhD Walking after incomplete spinal cord injury using an implanted FES system: A case report
44-1 1/1/2007   MJ Mulcahey, PhD, OTR/L Assessment of upper limb in tetraplegia: Considerations in evaluation and outcomes research
44-1 1/1/2007   Gordana Savic, MD, MSc Quantitative sensory tests (perceptual thresholds) in patients with spinal cord injury
44-1 1/1/2007   Peter H. Ellaway, PhD Review of physiological motor outcome measures in spinal cord injury using transcranial magnetic stimulation and spinal reflexes
43-4 7/1/2006   Liang Qin Liu, MB Interface pressure and cutaneous hemoglobin and oxygenation changes under ischial tuberosities during sacral nerve root stimulation in spinal cord injury
43-4 7/1/2006   Gabriel Tan, PhD, ABPP Using cranial electrotherapy stimulation to treat pain associated with spinal cord injury
43-2 3/1/2006   Benjamin P. Heilman, MS Selection of an optimal muscle set for a 16-channel standing neuroprosthesis using a human musculoskeletal model
43-2 3/1/2006   Rune A. Thorsen, MSc, PhD Functional electrical stimulation reinforced tenodesis effect controlled by myoelectric activity from wrist extensors
43-2 3/1/2006   Mohammad Bayat, PhD Experimental wound healing using microamperage electrical stimulation in rabbits
43-2 3/1/2006   Liang Qin Liu, MBBS Pressure changes under the ischial tuberosities of seated individuals during sacral nerve root stimulation
43-2 3/1/2006   Ari J. Wilkenfeld, MD, PhD Feasibility of functional electrical stimulation for control of seated posture after spinal cord injury: A simulation study
42-6 11/1/2005   Mohammed Ferdjallah, PhD Nerve conduction topography in geriatric hand assessment
42-6 11/1/2005   Janis J. Daly, PhD, MS Response to upper-limb robotics and functional neuromuscular
stimulation following stroke
42-6 11/1/2005   Lorraine Smith, MSc Effectiveness of muscle vibration in modulating corticospinal
excitability
42-5 9/1/2005   Wei Liu, MS An initial study on lip perception of electrotactile array stimulation
42-5 9/1/2005   J. M. Marjan Hummel, PhD A multicriteria decision analysis of augmentative treatment of upper
limbs in persons with tetraplegia
42-4 7/1/2005   Hyun Kyoon Lim, PhD Reliability of surface electromyographic measurements from subjects
with spinal cord injury during voluntary motor tasks
42-4 7/1/2005   Matteo Paci, PT, MSc Glenohumeral subluxation in hemiplegia: An overview
42-3s 3/1/2005   Helmut Kern, MD Muscle biopsies show that FES of denervated muscles reverses human muscle degeneration from permanent spinal motoneuron lesion
42-2 3/1/2005   James S. Walter, PhD Bladder-wall and pelvic-plexus stimulation with model microstimulators: Preliminary observations
41-6 11/1/2004   Thomas W. J. Janssen, PhD, FACSM Effects of stimulation pattern on electrical stimulation-induced leg cycling performance
41-6 11/1/2004   Janis J. Daly, PhD, MS Response of sagittal plane gait kinematics to weight-supported treadmill training and functional neuromuscular stimulation following stroke
41-2 3/1/2004   Hseyin Demir, MD A comparative study of the effects of electrical stimulation and laser treatment on experimental wound healing in rats
41-2 3/1/2004   Sandra R. Montezuma, MD Differential recovery of the electroretinogram, visually evoked cortical potential, and electrically evoked cortical potential following vitrectomy: Implications for acute testing o
41-2 3/1/2004   Harold L. Merriman, PhD, MPT A comparison of four electrical stimulation types on Staphylococcus aureus growth in vitro
41-1 1/1/2004   Scott Simcox, MSEE A portable, 8-channel transcutaneous stimulator for paraplegic muscle training and mobility-A technical note
41-1 1/1/2004   C. Scott Bickel, PT, PhD Variable-frequency-train stimulation of skeletal muscle after spinal cord injury
40-6 11/1/2003   Kevin L. Kilgore, PhD Durability of implanted electrodes and leads in an upper-limb neuroprosthesis
40-6 11/1/2003   William D. Memberg, MS Restoration of elbow extension via functional electrical stimulation in individuals with tetraplegia
40-6 11/1/2003   Kath M. Bogie, Dphil Effects of regular use of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on tissue health
40-5 9/1/2003   Mirjana B. Popovic, PhD; Clinical evaluation of functional electrical therapy in acute hemiplegic subjects
40-3 5/1/2003   Sanjeev Agarwal, MD Long-term user perceptions of an implanted neuroprosthesis for exercise, standing, and transfers after spinal cord injury
39-6 11/1/2002   Jayme S. Knutson, MS Electrode fracture rates and occurrences of infection and granuloma associated with percutaneous intramuscular electrodes in upper-limb functional electrical stimulation applications<
39-3s 5/1/2002   Murat Okandan, PhD Presentation highlights: Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)
39-3s 5/1/2002   Gerald E. Loeb, MD Presentation highlights: Bionic neurons (BIONs)
39-3 5/1/2002   Alan Y. Chow, MD Subretinal implantation of semiconductor-based photodiodes: Durability of novel implant designs
38-6 11/1/2001   Anthony F. DiMarco, MD Neural prostheses in the respiratory system
38-6 11/1/2001   Warren M. Grill, PhD Emerging clinical applications of electrical stimulation: opportunities for restoration of function
38-6 11/1/2001   Yinghui Zhong, MS Stabilizing electrode-host interfaces: a tissue engineering approach
38-6 11/1/2001   Kevin L. Kilgore, PhD Neuroprosthesis consumers' forum: consumer priorities for research directions
38-6 11/1/2001   Warren M. Grill, PhD At the interface: convergence of neural regeneration and neural prostheses for restoration of function
38-5 9/1/2001   Janis J. Daly, PhD, MS Performance of an intramuscular electrode during functional neuromuscular stimulation for gait training post stroke
38-5 9/1/2001   W. Edwin Langbein, PhD Pulmonary function testing in spinal cord injury: effects of abdominal muscle stimulation
38-5 9/1/2001   Ronald J. Triolo, PhD A reusable, self-adhesive electrode for intraoperative stimulation in the lower limbs
38-5 9/1/2001   Ronald J. Triolo, PhD Selectivity of intramuscular stimulating electrodes in the lower limbs
38-5 9/1/2001   Ronald Triolo, PhD Effects of stimulated hip extension moment and position on upper-limb support forces during FNS-induced standing--a technical note
38-4 7/1/2001   Michael R. Wells, PhD A neuromuscular platform to extract electrophysiological signals from lesioned nerves: a technical note
38-1 1/1/2001   P. Hunter Peckham, PhD Restoration of function: Current challenges and future opportunities through electrical stimulation
37-1 1/1/2000   Ray-Yau Wang, PhD Effects of thoraco-lumbar electric sensory stimulation on knee extensor spasticity of persons who survived cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
36-3 7/1/1999   John C. Franco, MD, MS Knee kinetics during functional electrical stimulation induced cycling in subjects with spinal cord injury: A preliminary study
35-4 10/1/1998   Paul Bach-y-Rita, MD Form perception with a 49-point electrotactile stimulus array on the tongue: A technical note
34-4 10/1/1997   Steven L. Wolf, PhD, FAPTA Electrokinesiologic measurement of trunk sagittal mobility and lumbar erector spinae muscle activity
34-4 10/1/1997   Serge H. Roy, ScD, PT Classification of back muscle impairment based on the surface
electromyographic signal
34-1 1/1/1997   William D. Memberg, MS Instrumented objects for quantitative evaluation of hand grasp
33-4 10/1/1996   Yuan-ting Zhang, PhD Relationships of the vibromyogram to the surface electromyogram of the human rectus femoris muscle during voluntary isometric contraction
33-2 4/1/1996   Kristjan T. Ragnarsson, MD Functional Electrical Stimulation Systems : What Have We Accomplished, Where Are We Going?
33-2 4/1/1996   Patrick E. Crago, PhD New control strategies for neuroprosthetic systems
33-2 4/1/1996   Graham Creasey, MD Electrical stimulation to restore respiration
33-2 4/1/1996   P. Hunter Peckham, PhD Functional neuromuscular stimulation (FNS)
33-2 4/1/1996   Ronald Triolo, PhD Challenges to clinical deployment of upper limb
neuroprostheses
33-2 4/1/1996   Pierre Grandjean, MS Dynamic myoplasty: Surgical transfer and stimulation of skeletal muscle for functional substitution or enhancement
32-4 10/1/1995   Steven P. Hooker, PhD Peak and submaximal physiologic responses following electrical stimulation leg cycle ergometer training
32-1 2/1/1995   Shalini Saxena, MS An EMG-controlled grasping system for tetraplegics
31-4 11/1/1994   Yuan-Ting Zhang, PhD Distributed random electrical neuromuscular stimulation: Effects of the inter-stimulus interval statistics on the EMG spectrum and frequency parameters
31-1 1/1/1994   Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD Tibial bone density loss in spinal cord injured patients : Effects
of FES exercise
29-4 11/1/1992   Matija Malezic Application of a programmable dual-charnel adaptive electrical stimulation system for the control and analysis of gait
29-2 5/1/1992   Zhenxing Jin, BS Instrumented parallel bars for three-dimensional force measurement
29-1 1/1/1992   Robert S.C. Cowan, PhD, DipAud Safety studies with the University of Melbourne multichannel electrotactile speech processor
27-2 6/1/1990   Bennett G. Edwards, PhD, RKT Metabolic responses to arm ergometry and functional neuromuscular stimulation
26-4 11/1/1989   Simon P. Levine, PhD Electrical muscle stimulation for pressure variation at the seating interface
26-2 5/1/1989   John A. Gruner, PhD Nonlinear muscle recruitment during intramuscular and nerve stimulation
24-3 8/1/1987   Uros Bogataj Preliminary testing of a dual-channel electrical stimulator
for correction of gait*
24-3 8/1/1987   Laurie S. Eisenberg, MA Electrical stimulation of the auditory brain stem structure in deafened adults
24-2 5/1/1987   George Van B. Cochran, MD Design considerations in development of a prototype,
piezoelectric internal fixation plate: A preliminary report
23-3 9/1/1986   E. B. Marsolais, MD, PhD Implantation techniques and experience with percutaneous intramuscular electrodes in the lower extremities
23-3 9/1/1986   E. Isakov, MD Biomechanical and physiological evaluation of FES-activated paraplegic patients*
23-3 9/1/1986   Harold Warner, E.E. Electrostimulation of erection and ejaculation and collection of semen in spinal cord injured humans
20-1 2/1/1983   John A. Gruner, PhD A System for Evaluation and Exercise-Conditioning of Paralyzed Leg Muscles
20-1 2/1/1983   Alojz Kralj, D.Sc., E.E. Gait Restoration in Paraplegic Patients : A Feasibility Demonstration using Multichannel Surface Electrode FES