Average reference recording from the vagal nerve reveals an evoked indirect response


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Ordelman, S.C.M.A. and Kornet, L. and Cornelussen, R. and Buschman, H.P.J. and Veltink, P.H. (2009) Average reference recording from the vagal nerve reveals an evoked indirect response. In: Proceedings of the 4th International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering, 29 April - 2 May 2009, Antalya, Turkey (pp. pp. 574-576).

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Abstract:The vagal nerve conveys information from and to many organs, including the heart. The components of the compound action potentials (CAPs) recorded from the vagal nerve give information about the different fiber types present. In this paper, we show that with the average reference recording method an additional component can be measured. This component is missed when using a tripolar recording method. Recordings were made in anesthetized pigs. Results show that there is an indirect component in the CAP of the cervical vagal nerve. This component comes from the periphery most likely from the heart.
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