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Recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring during thyroid surgery: normative vagal and recurrent laryngeal nerve electrophysiological data.
Vagus Nerve Stimulation
Investigation of optimal intensity and safety of electrical nerve stimulation during intraoperative neuromonitoring of the recurrent laryngeal nerve: a prospective porcine model.
Continuous intraoperative vagus nerve stimulation for identification of imminent recurrent laryngeal nerve injury.
Intraoperative neural monitoring in thyroid cancer surgery.
Respiratory variation predicts optimal endotracheal tube placement for intra-operative nerve monitoring in thyroid and parathyroid surgery.
The nonrecurrent laryngeal nerve: anatomic and electrophysiologic algorithm for reliable identification.
The vagus nerve, recurrent laryngeal nerve, and external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve have unique latencies allowing for intraoperative documentation of intact neural function during thyroid surgery.
Thyroidectomy in the professional singer-neural monitored surgical outcomes.
Safety of Continuous Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (C-IONM) in Thyroid Surgery.
A Novel Method of Neuromonitoring in Thyroidectomy and Parathyroidectomy Using Transcutaneous Intraoperative Vagal Stimulation.
Electrophysiological identification of nonrecurrent laryngeal nerves.
The electrophysiology of thyroid surgery: electrophysiologic and muscular responses with stimulation of the vagus nerve, recurrent laryngeal nerve, and external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve.
Gastric acid secretion and gastrin release during continuous vagal neuromonitoring in thyroid surgery.
Monitoring of the posterior cricoarytenoid muscle represents another option for neural monitoring during thyroid surgery: Normative vagal and recurrent laryngeal nerve posterior cricoarytenoid muscle electromyographic data.
Optimal stimulation during monitored thyroid surgery: EMG response characteristics in a porcine model.
Safety of high-current stimulation for intermittent intraoperative neural monitoring in thyroid surgery: A porcine model.
Safety and reliability of a handheld stimulator for neural monitoring during thyroid surgery.
Vagal stimulation and laryngeal electromyography for recurrent laryngeal reinnervation in children.
Impact of continuous intraoperative vagus stimulation on intraoperative decision making in favor of or against bilateral surgery in benign goiter.