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Academic Article Basic research models for the study of underlying mechanisms of electrical neuromodulation and ischemic heart-brain interactions.
Academic Article Neuromodulation of cardiac pain and cerebral vasculature: neural mechanisms.
Academic Article Bradykinin is involved in the mediation of cardiac nociception during ischemia through upper thoracic spinal neurons.
Academic Article Is constant current or constant voltage spinal cord stimulation superior for the suppression of nociceptive visceral and somatic stimuli? A rat model.
Academic Article Activated cranial cervical cord neurons affect left ventricular infarct size and the potential for sudden cardiac death.
Academic Article Comparison of burst and tonic spinal cord stimulation on spinal neural processing in an animal model.
Academic Article Spinal cord stimulation attenuates visceromotor reflexes in a rat model of post-inflammatory colonic hypersensitivity.
Concept Disease Models, Animal
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Grant LETHAL ARRHYTHMIAS: MECHANISMS AND PREVENTION
Grant SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH--PREVENTION BY NEURAL MODULATION
Academic Article Effects and mechanisms of auricular electroacupuncture on gastric hypersensitivity in a rodent model of functional dyspepsia.
Academic Article Spinal Cord Stimulation With "Conventional Clinical" and Higher Frequencies on Activity and Responses of Spinal Neurons to Noxious Stimuli: An Animal Study.
Academic Article Dependence of c-fos Expression on Amplitude of High-Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulation in a Rodent Model.
Academic Article Intraoperative Vagus Nerve Stimulation Accelerates Postoperative Recovery in Rats.
Academic Article Autonomically mediated anti-inflammatory effects of electrical stimulation at acupoints in a rodent model of colonic inflammation.

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