A New Pulse Shape to Obtain Selective Small Fiber Activation by Anodal Blocking
AALBORG UNIV (DENMARK) CENTER FOR SENSORY-MOTOR INTERACTION
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The aim of this study is to investigate the use of a new pulse shape to obtain anodal blocking. This new pulse shape requires less charge per pulse compared to the conventional rectangular pulse and would therefore be safer in a chronic application. Computer simulation, used in this study show that using modified pulse shapes, charge reduction up 30.4 to can be achieved.
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