BME 552 DBS and NM

BME 552 DBS and NM - 2/20/2009 Neural Stim Applications:...

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2/20/2009 1 Neural Stim Applications: DBS and Motor Prostheses BME 552 February 20, 2009 Today’s Business • HW4 available on blackboard today, due Friday, Feb 27 th • HW2 and HW3 solutions posted by Monday • All HW solutions posted by next Friday evening • All HW graded by Monday, March 2 • Guest Lecture: Jack Wills, ISI-USC • Reading • Exam #1 material ends today • Exam #1 March 6 th in class
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2/20/2009 2 Overview of LAST 5 classes We will examine the signal path from current generator to neurons (not in that order) Class 2-3 – Electrodes/Packaging Class 4-5 – Stimulating neural activity: short, medium, long-term effects Class 5 – Retinal Prostheses Class 6 –– Circuits for neural stimulation applications of neural stim: deep brain stimulation, peripheral nerve For now, assume circuit has power and data source Overview of this class • Review of constant current stimulator (DeMarco et al, 2003) (cancelled) • Jack Wills lecture • DBS clinical results • Review of DBS paper • Motor Prostheses (peripheral, not cortical) • Wrap up of first half of class
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2/20/2009 3 DBS Overview • Parkinson’s disease • Device/hardware used • Stimulation parameters
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2009 for the course BME 552 taught by Professor Berger,weiland during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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BME 552 DBS and NM - 2/20/2009 Neural Stim Applications:...

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