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Gitelman syndrome and glomerulonephritis



Gitelman syndrome and glomerulonephritis



Pediatric Nephrology 22(3): 474-474



This paper develops a novel control system for functional electrical stimulation (FES) locomotion, which aims to generate normal locomotion for paraplegics via FES. It explores the possibility of applying ideas from biology to engineering. The neural control mechanism of the biological motor system, the central pattern generator, has been adopted in the control system design.

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Accession: 012976991

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PMID: 17043881

DOI: 10.1007/s00467-006-0339-4


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