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Zivkovic, Nenad (author), Van Samkar, Ganapathy (author), Hermanns, Henning (author), Lirk, Philipp (author), Hollmann, Markus W. (author), van den Dobbelsteen, J.J. (author), van Gerwen, D.J. (author), Stevens, Markus J. (author)
Background and objectives Learning epidural anesthesia traditionally involves bedside teaching. Visualization aids or a simulator can help in acquiring motor skills, increasing patient safety and steepening the learning curve. We evaluated the face and construct validity of the TU-Delft Epidural Simulator and the effect of needle...
journal article 2019
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Giagka, V. (author), Demosthenous, A. (author), Donaldson, N. (author)
Epidural spinal cord electrical stimulation (ESCS) has been used as a means to facilitate locomotor recovery in spinal cord injured humans. Electrode arrays, instead of conventional pairs of electrodes, are necessary to investigate the effect of ESCS at different sites. These usually require a large number of implanted wires, which could lead to...
journal article 2015
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Giagka, V. (author), Demosthenous, A (author), Donaldson, N (author)
Epidural spinal cord electrical stimulation (ESCS) has been used as a means to facilitate locomotor recovery in spinal cord injured humans. Electrode arrays, instead of conventional pairs of electrodes, are necessary to investigate the effect of ESCS at different sites. These usually require a large number of implantedwires,which could lead to...
journal article 2015
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Boessenkool, W. (author)
Epidural anesthesia is a commonly used anesthesia method during surgery or giving birth to a child. During the insertion of the needle in the back of the patient, the anesthetist has to interpret the different forces which requires extensive skills. To obtain these skills the residents train on patients, which is not without risk. Due to a lot...
master thesis 2012
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Manoharan, V. (author)
Epidural anaesthesia is a pain relief technique commonly performed on patients in labor. It requires insertion of a needle into patients back into the epidural space of the spine and inject anaesthetic. It is a blind procedure and anaesthesiologists rely only on the forces felt during needle insertion to determine the position of the needle tip....
master thesis 2011
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