Johannes Struijk
Johannes Struijk
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Multichannel apparatus for epidural spinal cord stimulation
J Holsheimer, JJ Struijk
US Patent 5,643,330, 1997
5811997
Multichannel apparatus for epidural spinal cord stimulator
J Holsheimer, JJ Struijk
US Patent 5,501,703, 1996
3731996
Autonomic alterations and cardiac changes in epilepsy
C Sevcencu, JJ Struijk
Epilepsia 51 (5), 725-737, 2010
2362010
Excitation of dorsal root fibers in spinal cord stimulation: a theoretical study
JJ Struijk, J Holsheimer, HBK Boom
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 40 (7), 632-639, 1993
2341993
Recruitment of dorsal column fibers in spinal cord stimulation: influence of collateral branching
JJ Struijk, J Holsheimer, GG van der Heide, HBK Boom
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 39 (9), 903-912, 1992
1951992
The prognostic value of the Tpeak-Tend interval in patients undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention for ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction
C Haarmark, PR Hansen, E Vedel-Larsen, SH Pedersen, C Graff, ...
Journal of electrocardiology 42 (6), 555-560, 2009
1852009
Segmentation of heart sound recordings by a duration-dependent hidden Markov model
SE Schmidt, C Holst-Hansen, C Graff, E Toft, JJ Struijk
Physiological measurement 31 (4), 513, 2010
1592010
MR assessment of the normal position of the spinal cord in the spinal canal.
J Holsheimer, JA Den Boer, JJ Struijk, AR Rozeboom
American journal of neuroradiology 15 (5), 951-959, 1994
1591994
The extracellular potential of a myelinated nerve fiber in an unbounded medium and in nerve cuff models
JJ Struijk
Biophysical journal 72 (6), 2457-2469, 1997
1471997
Effects of electrode geometry and combination on nerve fibre selectivity in spinal cord stimulation
J Holsheimer, JJ Struijk, NR Tas
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 33 (5), 676-682, 1995
1321995
Cuff electrodes for long-term recording of natural sensory information
JJ Struijk, M Thomsen, JO Larsen, T Sinkjær
IEEE engineering in medicine and biology magazine 18 (3), 91-98, 1999
1171999
Paresthesia thresholds in spinal cord stimulation: a comparison of theoretical results with clinical data
JJ Struijk, J Holsheimer, G Barolat, J He, HBK Boom
IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering 1 (2), 101-108, 1993
1151993
Modeling study of activation and propagation delays during stimulation of peripheral nerve fibers with a tripolar cuff electrode
EV Goodall, LM Kosterman, J Holsheimer, JJ Struijk
IEEE transactions on rehabilitation engineering 3 (3), 272-282, 1995
1091995
P-wave duration and the risk of atrial fibrillation: Results from the Copenhagen ECG Study
JB Nielsen, JT Kühl, A Pietersen, C Graff, B Lind, JJ Struijk, MS Olesen, ...
Heart Rhythm 12 (9), 1887-1895, 2015
1062015
Transverse tripolar spinal cord stimulation: theoretical performance of a dual channel system
JJ Struijk, J Holsheimer
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 34 (4), 273-279, 1996
1021996
A modeling study of nerve fascicle stimulation
PH Veltink, BK Van Veen, JJ Struijk, J Holsheimer, HBK Boom
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 36 (7), 683-692, 1989
991989
J-shaped association between QTc interval duration and the risk of atrial fibrillation: results from the Copenhagen ECG study
JB Nielsen, C Graff, A Pietersen, B Lind, JJ Struijk, MS Olesen, S Haunsø, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 61 (25), 2557-2564, 2013
962013
Significance of the spinal cord position in spinal cord stimulation
J Holsheimer, G Barolat, JJ Struijk, J He
Advances in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery 11, 119-124, 1995
961995
Selective stimulation of sacral nerve roots for bladder control: a study by computer modeling
NJM Rijkhoff, J Holsheimer, EL Koldewijn, JJ Struijk, ...
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 41 (5), 413-424, 1994
961994
Perception threshold and electrode position for spinal cord stimulation
J He, G Barolat, J Holsheimer, JJ Struijk
Pain 59 (1), 55-63, 1994
921994
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