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Previous studies reported that electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves at an intensity above the motor threshold increased the transcranial magnetic stimulation and elicited motor evoked potential without a change in H-reflex, suggesting that electrical stimulation alone could induce motor cortex plasticity [21-22,34-36].
During vibration the ampli- 2009 tude of the tibialis anterior motor evoked potentials were significantly increased compared to no vibration H = Healthy; VV = Vertical vibration; SS = Static squat
The last five years have seen a paradigm shift to distal aortic perfusion (DAP) during aortic cross clamping with the concurrent use of motor evoked potential (MEP) monitoring to provide objective evidence for the need to revascularized intercostals vessels.
The NIM-Spine System offers two types of monitoring modalities, electromyographic (EMG) and motor evoked potential (MEP), another key benefit of the system.
Motor evoked potential changes in ischaemic stroke depend on stroke location.
This directly correlated with the degree of reduced spasticity (measured by motor evoked potentials (MEPs)), although these rats did not return to walking.