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In the past, strength-duration curves have been used to characterize neuromotor activity and nerve excitability, but here have been shown to also apply to referred sensation.
Strength-duration curves and hand sensation were found for all subjects.
Previous studies have reported chronaxie values or strength-duration time constants of sensory nerves averaging 300-650 ps using current-controlled stimulation from the skin surface [13-14].
The protocol for obtaining the strength-duration curves was modified partway through testing in response to observations that many of the trials contained data points primarily in the linear portion of the strength-duration curve, near the rheobase voltage.
Repeated strength-duration curves from different sessions were not reliably similar.
Subject-specific strength-duration curves can be generated in a timely manner and used to define the lower boundary of the effective parameter space.
Strength-duration properties of human peripheral nerve.