TENS

  1. S. Marchand, J. Charest, J. Li, J.-R. Chenard, B. Lavignolle, L. Laurencelle
    “Is TENS purely a placebo effect?” A controlled study on chronic low back pain Pain, 54 (1993) 99 – 106 1,1993 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.
  2. T.TW. Chiu, C.WY Hui-Chan, G. Cheing
    A randomized clinical trial of TENS and exercise for patients with chronic neck pain Clin Rehabil. 2005 Dec; 19(8):850-60
  3. A. Bertalanffy, A. Kober, P. Bertalanffy, B. Gustorff, O. Gore, S. Adel, K. Hoerauf
    Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation reduces acute low back pain during emergency transport. Acad Emerg Med. 2005 Jul; 12(7):607-11
  4. B. Morgan, A.R. Jones, K. A. Mulcahy, D. B. Finlay, B. Collett
    Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation (TENS) during distension shoulder arthrography: a controlled trial Pain 1995 Feb; 64(2):265-7
  5. M. Erdogan, A. Erdogan, N. Erbil, H.K. Karakaya, A. Demircan Prospective,
    Randomized, Placebo-controlled Study of the Effect of TENS on postthoracotomy pain and pulmonary function World J Surg 2005 Dec; 29(12):1563-70
  6. R. Greif, S. Laciny, M. Mokhtarani, A.G. Doufas, M. Bakhshandeh, L. Dorfer, D.I.
    Sessler Transcutaneous electrical stimulation of an auricular acupuncture point decreases anesthetic requirement. Anesthesiology 2002 Feb; 96(2):306-12

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EMS

  1. A. Delitto, S. J. Rose, J. M. McKowen, R. C. Lehman, J. A. Thomas R. A. Shively
    Electrical stimulation versus voluntary exercise in strengthening thigh musculature after anterior cruciate ligament surgery Phys Ther. 1988 May;68(5):660-3
  2. L. Snyder-Mackler, A. Delitto, S. L. Bailey, S. W. Stralka
    Strength of the quadriceps femoris muscle and functional recovery after reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. A prospective, randomized clinical trial of electrical stimulation. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 1995 Aug; 77(8):1166-73
  3. J. E. Jensen, R.R. Conn, G. Hazelrigg, J. E. Hewett
    The use of transcutaneous neural stimulation and isokinetic testing in arthroscopic knee surgery Am J Sports Med 1985; 13(1): 27-33
  4. L. A. Talbot, J. M. Gaines, S. M. Ling, E. J. Metter
    A home-based protocol of electrical muscle stimulation for quadriceps muscle strength in older adults with osteoarthritis of the knee J Rheumatol. 2003 Jul; 30(7):1571-8
  5. S. Schauer, A. Dippold
    Untersuchungen zur Beeinflussung femoropatellarer Schmerzen und Veränderungen der Muskelfunktion bei Patienten mit einem femoropatellarem Schmerzsyndrom Orthopädische Praxis 6/ 2002, 38. Jahrgang, Seite 409-413

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FES bei Neurologischen Erkrankungen

  1. O. Armagan, F. Tascioglu, C. Oner
    Electromyographic biofeedback in the treatment of the hemiplegic hand. A placebo-controlled study. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2003; 82(11): 856-861
  2. T. Yan, CWY Hui-Chan, LSW Li
    Functional electrical stimulation improves motor recovery af the lower extremity and walking ability of subjects with acute stroke. A randomized placebo-controlled trial. Stroke 2005; 36(1): 80-85
  3. JL Crow, N.B. Lincoln, Fm Nouri, W. De Weerdt
    The effectiveness of EMG biofeedback in the treatment of arm function after stroke. Int Disabil Studies 1989; 11(4): 155-160
  4. M. B. Popovic, D. B. Popovic, T. Sinkjaer, A. Stefanovic, L. Schwirtlich
    Clinical evaluation of functional electrical therapy in acute hemiplegic subjects. J Rehabil Res Devel 2003; 40(5): 443-454
  5. T. J. Kimberley, S. M. Lewis, E. J. Auerbach, L. L. Dorsey, J. M. Lojovich, J. R. Carey
    Electrical stimulation driving functional improvements and corticla changes in subjects with stroke Exp. Brain Res. 2004; 154: 450 – 460
  6. J. H. Cauraugh, S. B. Kim
    Stroke motor recovery: active neuromuscular stimulation and repetitive practice schedules. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2003; 74: 1562-1566
  7. J. H. Cauraugh, S. B. Kim
    Chronic stroke motor recovery: duration of active neuromuscular stimulation. J Neurol Sci 2003; 215: 13-19
  8. J. Chae, F. Bethoux, T. Bohinc, L. Dobos, T. Davis, A. Friedl
    Neuromuscular stimulation for upper extremity motor and functional recovery in acute hemiplegia. Stroke 1998; 29: 975-979
  9. D. A. E. Bolton, J. H. Cauraugh, H. A. Hausenblas
    Electromyogramtriggered neuromuscular stimulation and stroke motor recovery of arm/hand functions: a meta-analysis. J Neurol Sci 2004; 223(2): 121-127
    U. Gabr, P. Levine, S. J. Page.
    Home-based electromyographytriggered stimulation in chronic stroke. Clin Rehabil 2005; 19(7): 737-745

Weitere Literatur

  1. H. P. Soares, S. Daniels, A. Kumar, M. Clarke, C. Scott, S. Swann, B. Djulbegovic
    Radiation Therapy Oncology Group. Bad reporting does not mean bad methods for randomised trials: observational study of randomised controlled trials performed by the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group. BMJ 2004; 328: 22-24
  2. J. V. Basmajian, C. Gowland, M. E. Brandstater, L. Swanson, J. Trotter
    EMG feedback treatment of upper limb in hemiplegic stroke patients: a pilot study. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1982; 63: 613-616
  3. J. D. Moreland, M. A. Thomson, A. R. Fuoco
    Electromyographic biofeedback to improve lower extremity function after stroke: a meta-analysis. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1998; 79: 134-140
  4. D. Moher, B. Pham, A. Jones, D. J. Cook, A. R. Jadad, M. Moher, P. Tugwell, T. P.
    Klassen Does quality of reports of randomised trials affect estimates of intervention efficacy reported in meta-analyses? Lancet 1999; 352:609-613

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Inkontinenz

  1. L. Brubaker, J. T. Benson, A. Bent, A. Clark, S. Shott
    Transvaginal electrical stimulation for female urinary incontinence. Am J Obstet Gynecol 197; 177(3)536-540
  2. B. Bocker, U. C. Smolenski
    Physikalische Therapie der Beckenbodeninsuffizienz: Methodenvergleich. J Urol Urogynäkol 2002 (2): 20-2
  3. M. M. Fynes, K. Marshall, M. Cassidy, M. Behan, D. Walsh, P. R. O’Connell, C. O’Herlihy
    A prospective, randomized study comparing the effect of augmented biofeedback with sensory biofeedback alone on fecal incontinence after obstetric trauma. Dis Colon Rectum 1999; 42(6): 753-761
  4. J. C. V. Barroso, J. G. L. Ramos, S. Martins-Costa, P. R. S. Sanches, A. F. Muller
    Transvaginal electrical stimulation in the treatment of urinary incontinence. BJU Int 2004; 93: 319-323
  5. J. L. Amaro, M. O. Gameiro, C. R. Padovani
    Effects of intravaginal electrical stimulation on pelvic floor muscle strength. Int Unogynecol J 2005; 16: 355-358
  6. S. Indrekvam, H. Sandvik, S. Hunskaar
    A Norwegian national cohort of 3198 women treated with home-managed stimulation for urinary incontinence Scand J Urol Nephrol 2001; 35: 32 – 39
  7. Sung MS, Hong JY, Choi YH, Balk SH, Yoon H.
    FES- biofeedback versus intensive pelvic floor muscle exercise for the prevention and treatment of genuine stress incontinence J Korean Med Sci 2000; 15: 303 – 308
  8. T. Yamanishi, K. Yasuda, R. Sakakibara, T. Hattori, H. Ito, S. Murakami
    Pelvic floor electrical stimulation in the treatment of stress incontinence: an investigational study and a placebo-controlled double-blind trial. J Urol 1997; 158(12): 2127-2131

Weitere Literatur

  1. J. M. Holroyd-Leduc, S. E. Straus
    Management of urinary incontinence in women: scientific review. JAMA 2004; 291: 986-995.
  2. R. T. Mahony, P. A. Malone, J. Nalty, M. Behan, P. R. O’Connell, C. O’Herlihy
    Randomized clinical trial of intra-anal electromyographic biofeedback physiotherapy with intra-anal electromyographic biofeedback augmented with electrical stimulation of the anal sphincter in the early treatment of postpartum fecal incontinence. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004; 191: 885-890
  3. P. K. Sand, D. A. Richardson, D. R. Staskin, S. E. Swift, R. A. Appell, K. E. Whitmore, D. R.
    Ostergard Pelvic floor electrical stimulation in the treatment of genuine stress incontinence: a multicenter, placebo-controlled trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995; 173: 72-79.
  4. S. W. Siegel, D. A. Richardson, K. L. Miller, M. M. Karram, N. B. Blackwood, P. K. Sand,
    D. R. Staskin, J. P. Tuttle Pelvic floor electrical stimulation for the treatment of urge and mixed urinary incontinence in women. Urology 1997; 50: 934-940.

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Literatur mit speziellem Bezug auf die von KRAUTH+TIMMERMANN vertriebenen Hilfsmittel für:

FES

  1. C. Rader
    Erfolge der TENS – Therapie bei akuten und chronischen Lumboischalgien mit modulierten Reizimpulsen 1990, Dissertation

    EMS
  2. S. Schauer, A. Dippold
    Untersuchungen zur Beeinflussung femoropatellarer Schmerzen und Veränderungen der Muskelfunktion bei Patienten mit einem femoropatellarem Schmerzsyndrom Orthopädische Praxis 6/2002, 38. Jahrgang, Seite 409 – 413

    FES bei neurologischen Erkrankungen
  3. C. Mucha, A. – M. Behr, E.A. Zynso
    Klinische Untersuchungen zur Effizienz der Kombinationstherapie mit Elektrotherapie-Verfahren bei der Übungsbehandlung der Peronaeusparese Z. Phys. Med. Baln. Med. Klim. 12, 1983, Seite 307 – 322
  4. C. Plassmann
    Die Funktionelle Elektrostimulation bei Fußheberschwäche und ihr Beitrag zur Lebensqualität pt_Zeitschrift für Physiotherapeuten 8/2008, Richard Pflaum Verlag GmbH & Co. KG
  5. J. Quintern
    Greiftraining mit Funktioneller Elektrostimulation Neurologische Klinik Bad Aibling, Handout FES Hemi Arm, Version 1,Dezember 2005
  6. J. Quintern
    Therapie und Verlauf Neurologischer Erkrankungen T. Brandt, J. Dichgans, H. C. Diener Kohlhammer, 4. Auflage, Kapitel 12, Seite 1091 – 1111

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