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Comprehensive, practical, and broad in scope, Neuroengineering offers clinical insights on revolutionary technologies from prominent neurosurgeons and neurologists. This book presents a wide range of new developments in the field and high-impact emerging technologies that are poised to change the industry, described in detailed descriptions by the leading experts who invented them. It provides a through understanding of the fundamental science and technology behind neural modulation and neurophysiology. Including features that make it a great reference for students, this book also includes over 150 figures that allow readers to visualize the anatomy, technologies, and surgical procedures discussed in the text.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849381744
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 12/12/2007
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 408
  • Sales rank: 1,298,952
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

History and Overview of Neural Engineering, D. DiLorenzo and R.E. Gross
Cellular Mechanisms of Action of Therapeutic Brain Stimulation, Z. Kiss and T. Anderson
Interfering with the Genesis and Propagation of Epileptic Seizures by Neuromodulation, A.L. Velasco, F. Velasco, M. Velasco, B. Boleaga, M. Kuri, F. Jiménez, and J.M. Núñez
Responsive Neurostimulation for Epilepsy — Neurosurgical Experience: Patient Selection and Implantation Technique, K,N. Fountas and J,R. Smith
Responsive Neurostimulation for Epilepsy: RNS™ Technology and Clinical Studies, T.K. Tcheng and M. Morrell
Deep Brain Stimulation for Pain Management, D.E. Richardson
Spinal Cord Stimulation for Pain Management, A.W. Burton and P.C. Phan
Motor Cortex Stimulation for Pain Management, S.P. Lad, K. Chao, and J.M. Henderson
Deep Brain Stimulation for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, W.F. Asaad and E.N. Eskandar
Cochlear Prostheses: An Introduction, D.K. Eddington
Visual Prostheses, R.J. Greenberg
General Clinical Issues Relevant to Brain–Computer Interfaces, E.C. Leuthardt, J.G. Ojemann, G. Schalk, and D. Moran
Implantable Brain–Computer Interfaces: Neurosurgical Experience and Perspective, R.A.E. Bakay
Comparing Electrodes for Use as Cortical Control Signals: Tiny Tines, Tiny Wires, or Tiny Cones on Wires: Which Is Best? P.R. Kennedy
Neuromotor Prosthetics: Design and Future Directions, M.D. Serruya, S.-P. Kim, and J.P. Donoghue
Transcutaneous FES for Ambulation: The Parastep System, D. Graupe
Development of a Multifunctional 22-Channel Functional Electrical Stimulator for Paraplegia, R. Davis, T. Johnston, B. Smith, R. Betz, T. Houdayer, and A. Barriskill
An Implantable Bionic Network of Injectable Neural Prosthetic Devices: The Future Platform for Functional Electrical Stimulation and Sensing to Restore Movement and Sensation, J. Schulman, P. Mobley, J. Wolfe, R. Davis, and I. Arcos
Tapping into the Spinal Cord for Restoring Function after Spinal Cord Injury, L. Guevremont and V.K Mushahwar
Theory and Physiology of Electrical Stimulation of the Central Nervous System, W.M. Grill
Transient Optical Nerve Stimulation: Concepts and Methodology of Pulsed Infrared Laser Stimulation of the Peripheral Nerve In Vivo, J.D. Wells, A. Mahadevan-Jansen, C. Kao, P.E. Konrad, and E.D. Jansen
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of Deep Brain Regions, Y. Roth and A. Zangen
Application of Neural Plasticity for Vision Restoration after Brain Damage, I. Pasley, S. Jobke, J. Gudlin, and B.A. Sabel Index

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