|Muscle selection and walking performance of multichannel FES systems for ambulation in paraplegia|
R Kobetic, RJ Triolo, EB Marsolais
IEEE Transactions on rehabilitation engineering 5 (1), 23-29, 1997
|Implanted functional electrical stimulation system for mobility in paraplegia: a follow-up case report|
R Kobetic, RJ Triolo, JP Uhlir, C Bieri, M Wibowo, G Polando, ...
IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering 7 (4), 390-398, 1999
|Development of hybrid orthosis for standing, walking, and stair climbing after spinal cord injury.|
R Kobetic, CS To, JR Schnellenberger, ML Audu, TC Bulea, R Gaudio, ...
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 46 (3), 2009
|Functional electrical stimulation and spinal cord injury|
CH Ho, RJ Triolo, AL Elias, KL Kilgore, AF DiMarco, K Bogie, AH Vette, ...
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics 25 (3), 631-654, 2014
|Architecture of the rectus abdominis, quadratus lumborum, and erector spinae|
SL Delp, S Suryanarayanan, WM Murray, J Uhlir, RJ Triolo
Journal of biomechanics 34 (3), 371-375, 2001
|A model of selective activation of the femoral nerve with a flat interface nerve electrode for a lower extremity neuroprosthesis|
MA Schiefer, RJ Triolo, DJ Tyler
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 16 (2 …, 2008
|Clinical applications of electrical stimulation after spinal cord injury|
GH Creasey, CH Ho, RJ Triolo, DR Gater, AF DiMarco, KM Bogie, ...
The journal of spinal cord medicine 27 (4), 365-375, 2004
|Preliminary performance of a surgically implanted neuroprosthesis for standing and transfers—where do we stand?|
D Lissy, S Kukke
Development 38 (6), 609-617, 2001
|Selective stimulation of the human femoral nerve with a flat interface nerve electrode|
MA Schiefer, KH Polasek, RJ Triolo, GCJ Pinault, DJ Tyler
Journal of neural engineering 7 (2), 026006, 2010
|Experimental evaluation of an adaptive feedforward controller for use in functional neuromuscular stimulation systems|
JJ Abbas, RJ Triolo
IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering 5 (1), 12-22, 1997
|New functional electrical stimulation approaches to standing and walking|
VK Mushahwar, PL Jacobs, RA Normann, RJ Triolo, N Kleitman
Journal of neural engineering 4 (3), S181, 2007
|Consumer perspectives on mobility: implications for neuroprosthesis design|
DL Brown-Triolo, MJ Roach, K Nelson, RJ Triolo
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 39 (6), 659-670, 2002
|Walking after incomplete spinal cord injury using an implanted FES system: A case report|
E Hardin, R Kobetic, L Murray, M Corado-Ahmed
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 44 (3), 333, 2007
|Effects of regular use of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on tissue health.|
KM Bogie, RJ Triolo
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 40 (6), 2003
|Fascicular anatomy of human femoral nerve: implications for neural prostheses using nerve cuff electrodes|
KJ Gustafson, GCJ Pinault, JJ Neville, I Syed, JA Davis Jr, J Jean-Claude, ...
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 46 (7), 973, 2009
|Long-term user perceptions of an implanted neuroprosthesis for exercise, standing, and transfers after spinal cord injury|
S Agarwal, RJ Triolo, R Kobetic, M Miller, C Bieri, S Kukke, L Rohde, ...
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 40 (3), 241-252, 2003
|Implanted functional neuromuscular stimulation systems for individuals with cervical spinal cord injuries: clinical case reports|
RJ Triolo, C Bieri, J Uhlir, R Kobetic, A Scheiner, EB Marsolais
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 77 (11), 1119-1128, 1996
|Surgical technique for installing an eight-channel neuroprosthesis for standing|
JA Davis Jr, RJ Triolo, JP Uhlir, N Bhadra, DA Lissy, S Nandurkar, ...
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® 385, 237-252, 2001
|Standing after spinal cord injury with four-contact nerve-cuff electrodes for quadriceps stimulation|
LE Fisher, ME Miller, SN Bailey, JA Davis Jr, JS Anderson, L Rhode, ...
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 16 (5 …, 2008
|Long-term prevention of pressure ulcers in high-risk patients: a single case study of the use of gluteal neuromuscular electric stimulation|
KM Bogie, X Wang, RJ Triolo
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 87 (4), 585-591, 2006