In a recent review evaluating the evidence of adjunct therapies to botulinum toxin injections have shown that low-frequency electrical stimulation may be better than high-frequency electrical stimulation
and immediate electrical stimulation may be better than a delayed application.
To verify voluntary induced peripheral fatigue, knee torques during low- ([T.sub.20]) and high-frequency electrical stimulation
([T.sub.100]) of relaxed vastus lateralis muscle (VL) were obtained.
The usefulness of timed voiding, cholinergic medications, and high-frequency electrical stimulation
in women with symptomatic urinary retention was evaluated.
Several investigators have noted that when individual neurons are given brief but intense bursts of high-frequency electrical stimulation
, their electrical properties change and chemical transmissions across their connecting synapses increase for hours or days.