This page contains information about accessing online journals and articles, as well as linked lists of articles and journal titles related to neuromodulation and neurology.
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Last updated: 10 February 2022
Moisset X, Pereira B, Ciampi de Andrade D, Fontaine D, Lantéri-Minet M, Mawet J. Neuromodulation techniques for acute and preventive migraine treatment: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Journal of Headache Pain. 2020 Dec 10;21(1):142. doi: 10.1186/s10194-020-01204-4.
Tepper SJ, Lin T, Montal T, Ironi A, Dougherty C. Real-world experience with remote electrical neuromodulation in the acute treatment of migraine [published online ahead of print, 2020 Sep 16]. Pain Medicine. 2020;pnaa299. doi:10.1093/pm/pnaa299
Kjær SW, Rice ASC, Wartolowska K, Vase L. Neuromodulation: more than a placebo effect? Pain. 2020;161(3):491-495.
Bligh ER, Sinha P, Smith D, Al-Tamimi YZ. Thirty-day mortality and survival in elderly patients undergoing neurosurgery. World Neurosurgery. 2020;133:652.
Fishman MA, Antony A, Esposito M, Deer T, Levy R. The evolution of neuromodulation in the treatment of chronic pain: forward-looking perspectives. Pain Medicine. 2019;20:68.
Lake W, Sharan A, Wu C. Neuromodulation. Neurosurgery Clinics of North America. 2019;30(2).
Doruk Camsari D, Kirkovski M, Croarkin PE. Therapeutic applications of invasive neuromodulation in children and adolescents. The Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 2018;41(3):479-483.
Bowary P, Greenberg BD. Noninvasive focused ultrasound for neuromodulation: a review. The Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 2018;41(3):505-514.
Shine JM. Neuromodulatory influences on integration and segregation in the brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2019;23(7):572-583.
Hariz M, Amadio JP.The New Era of Neuromodulation. Virtual Mentor. 2015;17(1):74-81.
Pugh J. No going back? reversibility and why it matters for deep brain stimulation. Journal of Medical Ethics. 2019;45(4):225-230.
Xu J, Guo H, Nguyen AT, Lim H, Yang Z. A bidirectional neuromodulation technology for nerve recording and stimulation. Micromachines. 2018;9(11).
Darragh M, Buniak L, Giordano J. A four-part working bibliography of neuroethics: part 2--neuroscientific studies of morality and ethics. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine : PEHM. 2015;10:2-2.
The Lancet Neurology. A neuroethics round up. The Lancet Neurology. 2018;17(1):1-1.
Farah MJ. An ethics toolbox for neurotechnology. Neuron. 2015;86(1):34-37.
Mirza K.B, Golden C.T, Nikolic K, Toumazou C. Closed-loop implantable therapeutic neuromodulation systems based on neurochemical monitoring. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 2019;13(Jul).
Rubin EB, Bernat JL. Consent issues in neurology. Neurologic clinics. 2010;28(2):459-473.
Christen M, Müller S. Editorial: the clinical and ethical practice of neuromodulation - deep brain stimulation and beyond. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 2017;11:32-32.
Cabrera LY, Evans EL, Hamilton RH. Ethics of the electrified mind: defining issues and perspectives on the principled use of brain stimulation in medical research and clinical care. Brain Topography : a Journal of Cerebral Function and Dynamics. 2014;27(1):33-45.
Jain S, Deer TR. New advances in neuromodulation. Current Anesthesiology Reports. 2018;8(4):329-336.
Fishman MA, Antony A, Esposito M, Deer T, Levy R. The evolution of neuromodulation in the treatment of chronic pain: forward-looking perspectives. Pain Medicine (Malden, Mass). 2019;20:68.
Gaille M. ldquo;Patient’s lived experience” : new insights from the “scene” of deep-brain stimulation medical care. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy : a European Journal. 2019;22(3):339-342.
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