Journal CME 33.12: An Update on Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease

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Journal CME 33.12: An Update on Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease

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Advancing conventional open-loop DBS as a therapy for PD is crucial for overcoming important issues such as the delicate balance between beneficial and adverse effects and limited battery longevity that are currently associated with treatment. Closed-loop or adaptive DBS aims to overcome these limitations by real-time adjustment of stimulation parameters based on continuous feedback input signals that are representative of the patient’s clinical state. The focus of this update is to discuss the most recent developments regarding potential input signals and possible stimulation parameter modulation for adaptive DBS in PD. Potential input signals for adaptive DBS include basal ganglia local field potentials, cortical recordings (electrocorticography), wearable sensors, and eHealth and mHealth devices.

This course will take approximately 1 hour to complete.

Faculty: Dr. Jeroen G. V. Habets, Dr. Margot Heijmans, Dr. Mark L. Kuijf, Dr. Marcus L.F. Janssen, Dr. Yasin temel, Dr. Pieter L. Kubben

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