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The basic mechanism for the electrical stimulation of the nervous system   [0005] 
On soliton propagation in biomembranes and nerves   [0005] 
Historical Evolution of Circuit Models for the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface   [0013] 
Pain Suppression by Transcutaneous Electronic Stimulation   [0013] 
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation   [0013] 
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation: effect on peripheral nerve conduction, mechanical pain threshold, and tactile threshold in humans   [0013] 
A critical appraisal of the electrical output characteristics of ten transcutaneous nerve stimulators   [0013] 
The effects of electric current applied to skin: A review for transdermal drug delivery   [0014]  [0036] 
Electroanalgesia: Its Role in Acute and Chronic Pain Management   [0015] 
Deep brain stimulation, vagal nerve stimulation and transcranial stimulation: An overview of stimulation parameters and neurotransmitter release   [0016]  [0050] 
Vagal nerve stimulation: a review of its applications and potential mechanisms that mediate its clinical effects   [0016] 
Vagus nerve stimulation: a proven therapy for treatment of epilepsy strives to improve efficacy and expand applications   [0016] 
Vagus nerve stimulation: current concepts   [0016] 
Carotid Baroreflex Activation: Past, Present, and Future   [0031] 
Quasi-trapezoidal pulses to selectively block the activation of intrinsic laryngeal muscles during vagal nerve stimulation   [0031] 
Treatment of Heroin Dependency   [0032] 
Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation for partial onset seizure therapy   [0032] 
BOLD fMRI deactivation of limbic and temporal brain structures and mood enhancing effect by transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation   [0032] 
Far field potentials from brain stem after transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation: optimization of stimulation and recording parameters   [0032] 
Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation reduces serum high mobility group box 1 levels and improves survival in murine sepsis   [0033] 
Mechanical vagus nerve stimulation-A new adjunct in sepsis prophylaxis and treatment?   [0033] 
Assessment of vagal activity during transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation in mice   [0033] 
Magnetic Stimulation of Efferent Neural Pathways to the Human Oesophagus   [0034] 
Esophageal myoelectric responses to magnetic stimulation of the human cortex and the extracranial vagus nerve   [0034] 
Cranial nerve modulation of human cortical swallowing motor pathways   [0034] 
Long-term reorganization of human motor cortex driven by short-term sensory stimulation   [0034] 
Functional magnetic stimulation of the vagus nerve enhances colonic transit time in healthy volunteers   [0034] 
Cervical magnetic stimulation: a new painless method for bilateral phrenic nerve stimulation in conscious humans   [0034] 
Magnetic phrenic nerve stimulation to assess diaphragm function in children following liver transplantation   [0034] 
Magnetic stimulation for the measurement of respiratory and skeletal muscle function   [0034] 
Reducing Pain and Unpleasantness During Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation   [0035] 
Which structures are sensitive to painful transcranial stimulation?   [0035] 
Modelling the response of scalp sensory receptors to transcranial electrical stimulation   [0035] 
Decreasing pain in electrical nerve stimulation   [0035] 
The effect of the impedance of a thin hydrogel electrode on sensation during functional electrical stimulation   [0035] 
A Study of Discomfort with Electrical Stimulation   [0035] 
Toroidal coil models for transcutaneous magnetic stimulation of nerves   [0038] 
Coil Designs for Localized and Efficient Magnetic Stimulation of the Nervous System   [0038] 
Mathematical Modelling of Vagus Nerve Stimulation   [0044] 
Electromagnetic Field, Health and Environment: Proceedings of EHE'07.   [0044] 
Signal shapes in electromagnetic therapies: a primer   [0046] 
Stimulus waveforms for selective neural stimulation   [0048] 
Electrical stimulation of peripheral nerve   [0048] 
Neuromodulation. I. Techniques-deep brain stimulation, vagus nerve stimulation, and transcranial magnetic stimulation   [0050] 
Vagus nerve stimulation therapy in depression and epilepsy: therapeutic parameter settings   [0050] 
A comparative study of three techniques for diameter selective fiber activation in the vagal nerve: anodal block, depolarizing prepulses and slowly rising pulses   [0051] 
Different Pulse Shapes to Obtain Small Fiber Selective Activation by Anodal Blocking- A Simulation Study   [0051] 
Selective Electrical Stimulation of Peripheral Nerve Fibers: Accommodation Based Methods   [0051] 
Analgesic effects of different pulse patterns of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation on cold-induced pain in normal subjects   [0052] 
Electrical stimulation of the quadriceps femoris in an elite weight lifter: a single subject experiment   [0053] 
Russian Electrical Stimulation: The Early Experiments   [0053] 
Effect of Burst Frequency and Duration of Kilohertz-Frequency Alternating Currents and of Low- Frequency Pulsed Currents on Strength of Contraction, Muscle Fatigue, and Perceived Discomfort   [0053] 
Electrical Stimulation Using Kilohertz-Frequency Alternating Current   [0053] 
The transfer of current through skin and muscle during electrical stimulation with sine, square, Russian and interferential waveforms   [0053] 
The Feynman Lectures on Physics   [0054] 
Analysis of the current density distribution due to surface electrode stimulation of the human body   [0057] 
Simulation of the Three-Dimensional Electrical Field in the Course of Functional Electrical Stimulation   [0057] 
Finite Element Analysis of the Current-Density and Electric Field Generated by Metal Microelectrodes   [0057] 
Investigation of current densities produced by surface electrodes using finite element modeling and current density imaging   [0057] 
Current Density Distribution Under Surface Electrode on Posterior Tibial Nerve Electrical Stimulation   [0057] 
Transcranial current stimulation focality using disc and ring electrode configurations: FEM analysis   [0057] 
Current Density Profiles of Surface Mounted and Recessed Electrodes for Neural Prostheses   [0057] 
A Minimum Profile Uniform Current Density Electrode   [0057] 
Array electrode design for transcutaneous electrical stimulation: A simulation study   [0057] 
Three-dimensional current density distribution under surface stimulation electrodes   [0057] 
Stimulation with capacitor electrodes   [0059] 
A 3D transient model for transcutaneous functional electrical stimulation   [0059] 
A model for transcutaneous current stimulation: simulations and experiments   [0059] 
Finite Element Modeling of a Transient Functional Electrical Stimulation   [0059] 
Finite Element Modeling of Electromagnetic Signal Propagation in a Phantom Arm   [0059] 
Conducting polymer-hydrogels for medical electrode applications   [0071] 
Contact dermatitis caused by ECG electrode jelly   [0085] 
Effect of composition on the dielectric properties of hydrogels for biomedical applications   [0085] 
Stimulation with capacitor electrodes   [0087]  [0088] 
Electrodes for transcutaneous (surface) electrical stimulation   [0087]  [0100] 
Uniformity of current density under stimulating electrodes   [0088]  [0094]  [0102] 
Polarization phenomena relating to physiological electrodes   [0089] 
Capacity electrode for chronic stimulation   [0090] 
New pacemaker electodes   [0090] 
Capacitor electrode stimulates nerve or muscle without oxidation-reduction reaction   [0090] 
Theory and design of capacitor electrodes for chronic stimulation   [0090] 
Neural Stimulation and Recording Electrodes   [0090]  [0101] 
Capacitive electrocardiographic and bioelectric electrodes   [0091] 
Capacitive type of biomedical electrode   [0091] 
Insulated electrocardiogram electrodes   [0091] 
A barium-titanate-ceramics capacitive-type EEG electrode   [0091] 
Electrocardiogram recording with pasteless electrodes   [0092] 
Temporal changes in electrode impedance while recording the electrocardiogram with ''dry'' electrodes   [0092] 
Pasteless electrode for clinical use   [0092] 
Non-polarisable dry electrode based on NASICON ceramic   [0092] 
Dry-Contact and noncontact biopotential electrodes: methodological review   [0092]  [0093] 
The Berlin brain-computer interface: non-medical uses of BCI technology   [0092] 
New dry electrodes based on iridium oxide (IrO) for non-invasive biopotential recordings and stimulation   [0092] 
Evaluation of a Capacitively-Coupled, Non-Contact (through Clothing) Electrode or ECG Monitoring and Life Signs Detection for the Objective Force Warfighter   [0093] 
Motion artefact correction for capacitive ECG measurement   [0093] 
Insulating electrodes: a review on biopotential front ends for dielectric skin-electrode interfaces   [0093] 
A direct comparison of wet, dry and insulating bioelectric recording electrodes   [0093] 
Disruption of cancer cell replication by alternating electric fields   [0094] 
An investigation of the effect of electrode size and electrode location on comfort during stimulation of the gastrocnemius muscle   [0100] 
Effect of Electrode Size, Shape, and Placement During Electrical Stimulation   [0100] 
Effects of Electrode Size on Basic Excitatory Responses and on Selected Stimulus Parameters   [0100] 
Conductive differences in electrodes used with transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation devices   [0101] 
Multi-Field Surface Electrode for Selective Electrical Stimulation   [0102] 
Automatic determination of the optimal shape of a surface electrode: Selective stimulation   [0102] 
New Multi-Channel Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation Technology for Rehabilitation   [0102] 
The Characterization of Transcutaneous Stimulating Electrodes   [0102] 
Current Density Imaging and Electrically Induced Skin Burns Under Surface Electrodes   [0102] 
Two methods for homogeneous field defibrillation and stimulation   [0102] 
Current distribution under electrodes in relation to stimulation current and skin blood flow: are modern electrodes really providing the current distribution during stimulation we believe they are?   [0102] 
Imaging of Nonuniform Current Density at Microelectrodes by Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence   [0102] 
Vagus nerve stimulation in drug-resistant daily chronic migraine with depression: preliminary data   [0106] 
Reversing pathological neural activity using targeted plasticity   [0116]