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Vagus nerve stimulation therapy for partial-onset seizures: a randomized active-control trial.
The evolving place of vagus nerve stimulation therapy.
Vagus nerve stimulation.
High strength stimulation of the vagus nerve in awake humans: a lack of cardiorespiratory effects.
Vagus nerve stimulation: mood and cognitive effects.
Cardiorespiratory variables and sensation during stimulation of the left vagus in patients with epilepsy.
Vagus nerve stimulation: current status and clinical applications.
Vagus nerve stimulation therapy for epilepsy in older adults.
Vagus nerve stimulation therapy summary: five years after FDA approval.
Therapeutic effects of vagus nerve stimulation in epilepsy and implications for sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.
Vagus nerve stimulation: where are we?
Prospective long-term study of vagus nerve stimulation for the treatment of refractory seizures.
Non-invasive computerized system for automatically initiating vagus nerve stimulation following patient-specific detection of seizures or epileptiform discharges.
Vagus Nerve Stimulation
Vagus nerve stimulation reduces cardiac electrical instability assessed by quantitative T-wave alternans analysis in patients with drug-resistant focal epilepsy.
Baseline elevation and reduction in cardiac electrical instability assessed by quantitative T-wave alternans in patients with drug-resistant epilepsy treated with vagus nerve stimulation in the AspireSR E-36 trial.
Putting it all together: Options for intractable epilepsy: An updated algorithm on the use of epilepsy surgery and neurostimulation.
Neurostimulation for depression in epilepsy.