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Prof. Joe Mizrahi
05-13-1997, 09:33 PM
This is a response to Sandra Hirschberg's question, original message below.
Our work has been dealing with P-31 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS)
data of a fatiguing muscle under activation by FES. These data were
collected in vivo on paraplegic subjects, using a 1.9T magnet machine.
The data have been further used to predict muscle force under FES in
sustained and interrupted stimulation.
Some of the main references are as follows:
- Levy M, Kushnir T, Mizrahi J and Itzchak Y: In vivo P-31 NMR studies of
paraplegic's muscle activated by FES. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
29,53-58, 1993.
- Giat Y, Mizrahi J and Levy M: A musculo-tendon model of the fatigue
profiles of paralyzed quadriceps muscle under FES. IEEE Transactions on
Biomedical Engineering, 40,664-674, 1993.
- Giat Y, Mizrahi J and Levy M: Fatigue and recovery in paraplegic's
quadricps muscle when subjected to intermittent stimulation. ASME Journal
of Biomechanical Engineering, 118'357-366, 1996.

I hope this answers the question

Joe Mizrahi

Prof. Joseph Mizrahi , D.Sc.
Dept. of Biomedical Eng. Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa 32000, Israel
Phone: +972-4-829 4128 Fax: +972-4-823 4131
e-mail: jm@biomed.technion.ac.il

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Original Message:

Date: Tue, 13 May 1997 15:37:45 +1000
From: sandra hirschberg
Newgroups: bit.listserv.biomch-l
Subject: MUA with EMS

Hello all

Just wanted to know if anyone knows the reference for the paper by Joe
Mizrahi who used biochemical assays to determine the proportion of muscle
activated by electrical stimulation????

If anyone can help, please email the reference to me.

Sandra Hirschberg