This is the first patient to be enrolled in this program. Shading indicates the types of tasks that were performed. Decoding and Training The patient performed 67 sessions 2 per weekeach 2 hours in duration, at her home over the days after surgery. The patient then trained with the tasks to improve control over her brain signal. Panel B shows the hours per day of use of the home-use system for spelling the system was not used daily; therefore, days are not consecutive. Neuronal ensemble control of prosthetic devices by a human with tetraplegia.
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Fully Implanted Brain–Computer Interface in a Locked-In Patient with ALS
This is the first patient to be enrolled in this program. Three days later, the externalized extension leads were removed, and two of the electrode strips Figs. During use of the system, an antenna is placed on the chest over the device. Panel A shows spelling performance aggregated over all 44 spelling runs, with the mean percentage of correct and incorrect responses indicated; T bars indicate standard deviations. Additional details regarding the results of these tests and the setting of filter parameters are provided in Figs. Global epidemiology of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: