#ExpertAnswers: Téa Tsaava, Chris Langdale, & Martin Schüttler on Nerve Cuff Electrodes
Airdate: Thursday, February 15, 2018 Season: 5 Episode: 2
Guests: Martin Schüttler, Téa Tsaava, Christopher Langdale
In this episode of Expert Answers, listen as Téa Tsaava, PhD, Chris Langdale, & Martin Schüttler, PhD discuss the technological background of nerve cuff electrodes, how to select the right cuff design based on your research needs, and best practices for preparing and performing cuff implantation procedures.
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