Artificial control of muscle by endoneural multi electrode stimulation and sensing

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Rutten, W.L.C. and Bouwman, R.L.M. (1991) Artificial control of muscle by endoneural multi electrode stimulation and sensing. In: 13th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Orlando, USA, 1991 (pp. pp. 894-895).

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Abstract:Artificial electrical stimulation of motor nerves for muscle control can be made selective by using intrafascicular micro electrode arrays which contact many individual or small groups of nerve fibres. If at the same time te electrode arrays could record afferent information from the stimulated muscle's spindles and tendon organs, closed loop control of muscles would come into view. This requires 1) research into the possibilities of recording afferent signals, using the micro electrode arrays 2) identification of a stumulated fibre as an alpha motoneuron by evaluation of afferent response patterns. First results are presented.
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