Conscious behaviors following bilateral pallido-thalamic low frequency stimulation in patients with continuing disorders of consciousness

Abstract : Deep brain stmulaton (DBS) has been proposed to enable consciousness recovery. We studied clinical effects of bilateral pallido-thalamic low frequency stmulaton intended to overdrive neuronal actvity. Five patents were included. Primary outcome was the analysis of scores of the Coma Recovery Scale Revised (CRS-R; 0-23). Statstcal analyses used random-effects models accountng between and within patent variability due to repeated measurements. We observed statstcally signifcant improvement of CRS-R during DBS-ON versus baseline (P1, P3) and CO-On versus baseline (P3). For the 5 patents auditory, visual, motor, oromotor-verbal, communicaton subscores of CRS-R were signifcantly improved.
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1ère journée conjointe TGI TechMed, Sep 2017, Clermont-Ferrand, France. 2017
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Jean-Jacques Lemaire, Anna Sontheimer, Bruno Pereira, Jérôme Coste, Sarah, D Rosenberg, et al.. Conscious behaviors following bilateral pallido-thalamic low frequency stimulation in patients with continuing disorders of consciousness. 1ère journée conjointe TGI TechMed, Sep 2017, Clermont-Ferrand, France. 2017. 〈hal-01654638〉

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