Sensory nerve testing

Philippe Lebrun plebrun at minf.vub.ac.be
Tue Feb 16 08:44:55 EST 1993


In article <9302160358.AA13007 at vp3.med.harvard.edu>, gozani at VP3.MED.HARVARD.EDU (Shai Gozani) writes:
|> 
|> Does anyone know about computer controlled (preferably PC
|> based) sensory nerve conduction testing equipment for
|> human subjects. 

It can easily be done with a couple of pre-amplifiers, a stimulator, and a PC equipped with a data acquisition card. 

|> We would like to develop a real
|> time closed loop system in which the amplitude of
|> stimulation is a function of conduction velocity
|> or compound action potential amplitude.

Does that mean that the patient gets fried if he's very sick or if an electrode is poorly connected? 

-philippe



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