Ronald Triolo
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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
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