Algorithm May Make Deep Brain Stimulation More Adaptive Process

Algorithm May Make Deep Brain Stimulation More Adaptive Process

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Algorithm May Make Deep Brain Stimulation More Adaptive Process

An algorithm that detects and removes electrical interference produced by deep brain stimulation (DBS) devices could make it possible to design adaptable devices that better treat the tremors related to Parkinson’s disease, researchers report. Their algorithm is described in the study “Uncovering biomarkers during therapeutic neuromodulation with PARRM: Period-based Artifact Reconstruction and Removal Method,” published in the journal Cell Reports Methods. DBS is a form of neuromodulation therapy that delivers electrical pulses directly to the brains.…

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