The effect of spatial clustering of motor fibers in a nerve fascicle on force recruitment during electrical stimulation


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Smit, J.P.A. and Rutten, W.L.C. and Frieswijk, F.A. and Rozijn, T.H. and Busschers, R. (1992) The effect of spatial clustering of motor fibers in a nerve fascicle on force recruitment during electrical stimulation. In: 14th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Paris, France, 1992 (pp. pp. 1389-1391).

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Abstract:Force recruitment curves have been determined using stimulation with an intraneural wire electrode. The recruitment curves vary with the position of the electrode in the fiber bundle. The results recruitment curves depends on the position of the electrode
seem to support previous findings which indicated that the low density of nodes of Rauvier and a possible clusteriug of motor fibers within the fiber bundle might have a major impact on the efficacy of intraneural electrical stimulation.
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