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Transcranial alternating current stimulation enhances individual alpha activity in human EEG   [0006] 
Electrical muscle stimulation prevents critical illness polyneuromyopathy : a randomized parallel intervention trial   [0006] 
Electrophysiology of neuromuscular disorders in critical illness   [0007]  [0017] 
linear Consistent and non-linear responses to invasive electrical brain stimulation and across primate species Individuals with implanted electrodes   [0007] 
Electrical stimulation of the medullary pyramid promotes proliferation and differentiation of oligodendrocyte progenitor cells in the corticospinal tract of the adult rat   [0007] 
Electrophysiology of neuromuscular disorders in critical illness   [0008] 
Electrical stimulation for neuromuscular testing and training: state-of-the art and unresolved issues   [0009] 
Recovery after high-intensity intermittent exercise in elite soccer players using VEINOPLUS sport technology for blood flow stimulation   [0009] 
Bone mass in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury: associations with activity-based therapy, neurologic and functional status, a retrospective study   [0009] 
On The Mechanism of an increase of muscle performance and of vasodilation during emotional stress in man   [0010] 
New concepts on treatment of the upper limb in the tetraplegic. Surgical restoration and functional neuromuscular stimulation   [0010] 
Effect of transcutaneous electrical muscle stimulation on muscle volume in patients with septic shock   [0010] 
Effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on muscle layer thickness of knee extensor muscles Patients in intensive care unit: a pilot study   [0010] 
Denervated muscles in humans: limitations and problems of currently used functional electrical stimulation training protocols   [0013] 
Safety and feasibility of a neuromuscular electrical stimulation chronaxie-based protocol in critical ill patients: A prospective observational study.   [0013] 
Number of contractions to maintain mass and force of a denervated rat muscle   [0014] 
Safety and feasibility of a neuromuscular chronaxie-based electrical stimulation protocol in critical ill Patients: a prospective observational study   [0015] 
Safe electrical neuromuscular stimulator designed for the elderly   [0015] 
Safe neuromuscular electrical stimulator designed for the elderly   [0016] 
Electrophysiology of neuromuscular disorders in critical illness   [0018] 
Stimulus electrodiagnosis and motor and functional evaluations during ulnar nerve recovery   [0018] 
chronaxie and accommodation index in the diagnosis of muscle denervation   [0019] 
Safety and feasibility of a neuromuscular electrical stimulation chronaxie-based protocol in critical ill patients: a prospective observational study.   [0020] 
Chronaxie and accommodation index in the diagnosis of muscle denervation   [0021]  [0025] 
Chronaxie and accommodation index in the diagnosis of muscle denervation   [0022]  [0022] 
chronaxie and accommodation index in the diagnosis of muscle denervation   [0024] 
Neuromuscular adaptations to wide-pulse neuromuscular high-frequency electrical stimulation training   [0026] 
Safety and feasibility of a neuromuscular electrical stimulation chronaxie-based protocol in critical ill patients: A prospective observational study.   [0026] 
Safety and feasibility of a neuromuscular electrical stimulation chronaxie-based protocol in critical ill patients: a prospective observational study.   [0027] 
Feasibility of neuromuscular electrical stimulation in critically ill patients.   [0036]