Abdominal functional electrical stimulation to improve respiratory function after spinal cord injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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McCaughey, Euan; Borotkanics, Robert; Gollee, Henrik; Folz, Rodney; McLachlan, Angus;
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Objectives: Abdominal functional electrical stimulation (abdominal FES) is the application of a train of electrical pulses to the abdominal muscles, causing them to contract. Abdominal FES has been used as a neuroprosthesis to acutely augment respiratory function and as... View more
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