Sezione di

Fisiologia Umana

Smile Lab - Riabilitazione bionica delle paralisi facciali: analisi del sorriso e dell'ammiccamento

Componenti: prof. P. Cavallari, dott.ssa A. Frigerio

Pubblicazioni dal 2010

In collaborazione con A. Frigerio, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary - Harvard Medical School, Boston, US

1. Frigerio A and Cavallari P (2012) A Closed Loop Stimulation System Supplemented with Motoneurone Dynamic Sensitivity Replicates Natural Eyeblinks. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 146(2):230-233. IF 1.718

2. Frigerio A, Brenna S, Cavallari P (2013) Surface EMG recording of spontaneous eyeblinks: applications in neuroprosthetics. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 148(2):209-14. IF 1.71

3. Marcelli E, Cavallari P, Frigerio A, Colletti G, Biglioli F, Fanti R, Plicchi G Cercenelli L  (2013) A new gyro-based method for quantifying eyelid motion. Int J Artif Organs,  36(3):195-202. IF 1.861

4. Sarasola A, Pedrocchi A, Ferrante S Frigeni M, Cavallari P, Frigerio A (2013) Design of a Contralaterally Triggered Neuroprosthesis for the Paralyzed Eyelid: Surface EMG Mapping of the Orbicularis Oculi Muscle for Real-time Eye Blink Detection. 18th IFESS Conference Proceedings 49-52.

5. Frigerio A, Cavallari P, Frigeni M, Pedrocchi A, Sarasola A, Ferrante S (2014) Surface EMG mapping of the orbicularis oculi muscle for real-time eye blink detect ion. JAMA Facial Plast Surg,16(5):335-342. IF 1.650

6. Frigerio A, Heaton JT, Cavallari P, Knox C, Hohman MH, Hadlock TA (2015) Electrical Stimulation of Eye Blink in Individuals with Acute Facial Palsy: Progress toward a Bionic Blink. Plast Reconstr Surg 136(4):515e-5 23e. IF 2.993