Mechanically Stable Intraspinal Microstimulation Implants for Human Translation View Full Text


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2016-08-25

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Amirali Toossi, Dirk G. Everaert, Austin Azar, Christopher R. Dennison, Vivian K. Mushahwar

ABSTRACT

The goal of this study was to develop stable intraspinal microstimulation (ISMS) implants for use in humans to restore standing and walking after spinal cord injury. ISMS electrically activates locomotor networks within the lumbar region of the spinal cord. In animals, ISMS produced better functional outcomes than those obtained by other interventions, and recent efforts have focused on translating this approach to humans. This study used domestic pigs to: (1) quantify the movements and length changes of the implant region of the spinal cord during spine flexion and extension movements; and (2) measure the forces leading to the dislodgement of the ISMS electrodes. The displacement of the spinal cord implant region was 5.66 ± 0.57 mm relative to the implant fixation point on the spine. The overall length change of the spinal cord implant region was 5.64 ± 0.59 mm. The electrode dislodgment forces were 60.9 ± 35.5 mN. Based on these results, six different coil types were fabricated and their strain relief capacity assessed. When interposed between the electrodes and the stimulator, five coil types successfully prevented the dislodgement of the electrodes. The results of this study will guide the design of mechanically stable ISMS implants for ultimate human use. More... »

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