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Wound Healing and Tissue Repair

Number Article
01 (Y) Cosmo P, Svensson H, Bornmyer S, Wikstrom SO.  Effects of Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation on the Microcirculation in Chronic Leg Ulcers.  Scan J Plas Reconstr Hand Surg. 34:61-64, 2000.
02 Dolan MG, Mendel FC. Clinical Application of Electrotherapy.  Athletic Therapy Today, ATT9 (5) pp11-16 Sept 2004.
03 Lampe KE. Electrotherapy in Tissue Repair.  Jrn of Hand Therapy April-pp131-138, June 1998
04 Houghton PE, Woodbury MG, Graham I, Hayes K, Potter P, Keast DH, Campbell K, Fraser C, Harris DA.  Management of Pressure Ulcers in Community Dwelling Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury Using an Interdisciplinary Wound Care Program Including Electrical Stimulation Therapy (EST).  Physical Therapy 83(1) 17-28. January 2003.

United States Air Force

Number Article
01 (Y) An Electrical Muscle Stimulation Suit for Increasing Blood Pressure

Ulf Balldin, Lance Annicelli, John Gibbons and Kisner. Aviat Space Environ Med 2008; 79: 914-8



1Wyle Laboratories, Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks City-Base, TX ; 2USAF Surgeon General Office, Headquarters, Pentagon, DC ; 3Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Brooks City-Base, TX ; 4Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), San Antonio, TX ; 5General Dynamics, Brooks City-Base, TX


Diabetic Foot Disease

Number Article
01 (Y) Armstrong, DG, Lavery LA: Is Electrical Stimulation Effective in Reducing Neuropathic Pain in Patients with Diabetes?  The Journal of Foot and ankle Surgery, 36(4): 260-263, 1997
02 Peters EJG, Armstrong DG, Wunderlick RP, Boxma J, Stacpoole-Shea S, Lavery LA.  The Benefit of Electrical Stimulation to Enhance Perfusion in Persons with Diabetes Mellitus.  The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, 35(5): 396-400, 1998
03 Peters EJG, Lavery LA, Armstrong DG, Fleischli JG.   Electric Stimulation as an Adjunct to Heal Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Randomized Clinical Trial.  Arch Phys Med Rehabil.  Volume 82, June 2001: 721-725.
04 Gils CV.  It’s Electrifying.  OrthoKenetic Review. 1:18-22. January 2001.

Stroke Rehab

01 Dimitrijevic MM.  A Method for Whole-Hand Electrical Stimulation in Upper Motor Neuron Dysfunction.  Scard J. Rehab Med. 26:183-186, 1994
02 Dimitrijevic MM, Soroker N.  Modulation of residual Upper Limb Motor Control After Stroke with Whole-Hand electric Stimulation. Scard J. Rehab Med. 26: 187-190, 1994.
03 Dimitrijevic MM, et. Al. Modification of Motor Control of Wrist Extension by Mesh-Glove Electrical Afferent Stimulation in Stroke Patients.  Arch Phys Med. Rehabil. Volume 77, 1996.
04 Golaszewski S, Kremser CH, Wagner M, Felber S, Aichner F, Dimitrijevic MM. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Human Motor Cortex Before and After Whole Hand Afferent Electrical Stimulation.  Department of Magnetic Resonance and Neurology.  University of Innsbruck, Austria and Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas. Scand J Rehab Med 31:165-173, 1998.
05 Tarkka IM, Sivenius J, Pitklinen K.  Cutaneous Stimulation Enhances Sensorimotor Recovery in Chronic Stroke.  Brain Research and Rehabilitation Center Neuron and Dept of Neurology and Neuroscience, University of Kuopio, Finland.  9th European Stroke Conference. Vienna, Austria, may 24-27, 2000 ISSN 1015-9770, 10 (suppl 2) 1-116 (2000)
06 Golaszewski SM, Siedentopf CM, Koppelstaetter F, Rhomberg P, Guendisch GM, Schlager A, Gallasch E, Eisner W, Felber SR, Mottaghy FM. Modulatory effects on human sensorimotor cortex by whole-hand electrical stimulation.  NEUROLOGY 62:2262-2269 June 2004
07 Rossmuller J, Krause V, Golaszewski S, Stephan KM, Homberg V.  Combined electrophysiological stimulation and visual-exploration therapy in unilateral spatial neglect: Therapeutic Implications.  University of Dusseldorf. Poster presentation 2000:
08 Afferent Stimulation Provided by Glove Electrode during Task-specific Arm Exercise Following Stroke AUTHORS/INSTITUTIONS: J.E. Sullivan, L.D. Hedman, D. Hurley, Department of Physical Therapy and Human

Movement Sciences, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

09 Increased motor cortical excitability after whole-hand electrical stimulation: A TMS study

Stefan M. Golaszewski a,b,*, Jürgen Bergmann a,c, Monica Christova d, Raffaele Nardone a,e, Martin Kronbichler a,c, Dietmar Rafolt d,g, Eugen Gallasch d, Wolfgang Staffen a, Gunther Ladurner a, Roland Beisteiner f, Sept 26, 2009, Clinical Neurophysiology 121 (2010) 248–254



Modulation of motor cortex excitability by different levels of whole-hand afferent electrical stimulation

Stefan M. Golaszewski a,b,c,⇑, Jürgen Bergmann b,d, Monica Christova e, Alexander B. Kunz a,b, Martin Kronbichler b,d, Dietmar Rafolt f, Eugen Gallasch e, Wolfgang Staffen a,b, Eugen Trinka a, Raffaele Nardone a,g, Clinical Neurophysiology xxx (2011) xxx–xxx.

11 Afferent Stimulation Provided by Glove Electrode during Task-specific Arm Exercise Following Stroke AUTHORS/INSTITUTIONS: J.E. Sullivan, L.D. Hedman, D. Hurley, Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL;

Presented APTA 2011 / waiting publication