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NENT 2017Special Session on Neuro-electrostimulation in Neurorehabilitation Tasks
Chair(s): Vladimir Kublanov and Yuri Danilov

Special Session on Neuro-electrostimulation in Neurorehabilitation Tasks - NENT 2017

Paper Submission: December 14, 2016 (expired)
Authors Notification: December 23, 2016 (expired)
Camera Ready and Registration: January 5, 2017 (expired)


Vladimir Kublanov
Ural Federal University
Russian Federation
Yuri Danilov
Tactile Communication and Neuromodulation Laboratory, University of Wisconsin-Madison
United States

Nowadays, among the leading causes of the disability and high mortality are the deaseses of the central nervous system that are accomponied by the cognitive, sensor, motor and autonomic disorders.
The most common approach for treatment of such deases is the neoruprotection therapy, which promotes normalisation and strengtening of the physiological activities of the brain tissues. However, in this case pharmocological treatment methods are not always in conformity with the contemprorary requirements of the efficacy and safety of health care in the developed countries. This nonconformity have stimulated the development of new technologies for neuroprotection, based on application of the physical fields for formation of the neuromodulation proceses in the brain structures.
The goal of the special session is to present results of the latest achievements in the development of the systems for neuro-electrostimulation, the approach that implements the posibilities of the neuroplasicity.