Aaron Hadley
Aaron Hadley
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Improvement of respiratory compromise through abductor reinnervation and pacing in a patient with bilateral vocal fold impairment
M Broniatowski, S Grundfest‐Broniatowski, AJ Hadley, NS Shah, ...
The Laryngoscope 120 (1), 76-83, 2010
262010
Paced glottic closure for controlling aspiration pneumonia in patients with neurologic deficits of various causes
M Broniatowski, NZ Moore, S Grundfest-Broniatowski, HM Tucker, ...
Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 119 (3), 141-149, 2010
222010
Laryngeal elevation by selective stimulation of the hypoglossal nerve
AJ Hadley, I Kolb, DJ Tyler
Journal of neural engineering 10 (4), 046013, 2013
142013
Neural network pattern recognition of lingual–palatal pressure for automated detection of swallow
AJ Hadley, KR Krival, AL Ridgel, EC Hahn, DJ Tyler
Dysphagia 30 (2), 176-187, 2015
62015
Selective intraoperative stimulation of the human larynx
M Broniatowski, S Grundfest‐Broniatowski, EC Hahn, AJ Hadley, DJ Tyler, ...
The Laryngoscope 122 (9), 2015-2022, 2012
62012
Targeted transtracheal stimulation for vocal fold closure
AJ Hadley, P Thompson, I Kolb, EC Hahn, DJ Tyler
Dysphagia 29 (3), 346-354, 2014
22014
Electrical stimulation for the management of aspiration during Swallowing
DJ Tyler, I Kolb, P Thompson, A Hadley
2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2012
22012
Clinical Feasibility Trial for Transtracheal Stimulation of Vocal Fold Closure in Sensate Human Subjects
E Hahn, A Hadley, DJ Tyler, N Maronian
Otolaryngology–head and Neck Surgery 151 (1_suppl), 2014
2014
Dynamic Laryngo-Tracheal Control for Airway Management in Dysphagia
AJ Hadley
Case Western Reserve University, 2013
2013
Paced Glottic Closure for Controlling Aspiration Pneumonia in Patients With Neurologic Deficits of Various Causes
S Grundfest-Broniatovvski, HM Tucker, E Lancaster, K Krival, AJ Hadley, ...
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