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Gustafson Publications

• Mariano TYBhadra NGustafson KJ. Suppression of reflex urethral responses by sacral dermatome stimulation in an acute spinalized feline model. Neurourol. Urodyn., DOI: 10.1002/nau.20717, 2009. PubMed Abstract

 • Bruns TMBhadra NGustafson KJ, Intraurethral stimulation for reflex bladder activation depends on stimulation pattern and location, Neurourol Urodyn, vol 28, pp. 561-566, 2009. PubMed Abstract

• Grinberg Y, Schiefer M, Tyler DJ, Gustafson KJ, Fascicular Perineurium Thickness, Size, and Position Affect Model Predictions of Neural Excitation, IEEE Trans Neural Sys Rehabil Eng, 16(6), pp. 572 - 581, 2008. PubMed Abstract

• Vaze A, Goldman H, Jones JS, Rackley R, Vasavada S, Gustafson KJ, Determing the Course of the Dorsal Nerve of the Clitoris, Urology, 72(5), pp. 1040 - 1043, 2008.PubMed Abstract

• Goldman H, Amundsen CL, Mangel J, Grill J, Bennett M, Rackley R, Vasavada S,Gustafson KJ, Grill WM, Dorsal Genital Nerve Stimulation for the Treatment of Overactive Bladder Symptoms, Neurourol Urodyn, 27(6), pp. 499 - 503, 2008. PubMed Abstract

• Bruns TMBhadra NGustafson KJ, Variable patterned pudendal nerve stimuli improves reflex bladder activation, IEEE Trans Neural Sys Rehabil Eng, 160(2), pp. 140 - 148, 2008. PubMed Abstract

• Boger ASBhadra NGustafson KJ, Bladder Voiding by Combined High Frequency Electrical Pudendal Nerve Block and Sacral Root Stimulation, Neurourol Urodyn, 27(5), pp. 435 - 439, 2008. PubMed Abstract

• Mariano TYBoger ASGustafson KJ. The feline dorsal nerve of the penis arises from the deep perineal nerve and not the sensory afferent branch. Anat. Histol. Embryol., 37(3), 166-168, 2008. PubMed Abstract

• Wang X, Sun J, Gustafson KJ, Yue GH, Modeling Heterogeneity and Dependence for Analysis of Neuronal Data, Statistics in Medicine, 26(21), pp. 3927 - 3929, 2007.PubMed Abstract

• Lewandowski BE, Kilgore KL, Gustafson KJ, Design considerations for an implantable, muscle powered piezoelectric system for generating electrical power, Ann Biomed Eng, 35(4), pp. 631 - 641, 2007. PubMed Abstract

• Gustafson KJ, JD Sweeney, J Gibney, LA Mathine, Is skeletal muscle ventricle stability dependent on chronic wall stress? Design implications. Artif Organs. 30(1):29-34, 2006.PubMed Abstract

• Wenzel BJBoggs JWGustafson KJ, Creasey GH, Grill WM, Detection of neurogenic bladder contractions from the activity of the external anal sphincter in cat and human. Neurourol Urodyn. 25(2):140-7, 2006. PubMed Abstract

• Lertmanorat Z, Gustafson KJ, Durand DM, Electrode array for reversing the recruitment order of peripheral nerve stimulation: experimental studies, Ann Biomed Eng. 34(1):152-60, 2006. PubMed Abstract

• Boggs JWWenzel BJGustafson KJ, Grill WM, Bladder Emptying by Intermittent Stimulation of the Pudendal Nerve. J Neural Eng. 3(1):43-51, 2006. PubMed Abstract

• Wenzel BJBoggs JWGustafson KJ, Grill WM, Closed loop electrical control of urinary continence. J Urol. 175(4):1559-63, 2006. PubMed Abstract

• Gustafson KJ, SM Marinache, GD Egrie, SH Reichenbach, Models of metabolic utilization predict limiting conditions for sustained power from conditioned skeletal muscle. Ann Biomed Eng. 34(5):790-8, 2006. PubMed Abstract

• Bhadra N, Bhadra N, Kilgore KL, Gustafson KJ, High Frequency electrical conduction block of the pudendal nerve. J Neural Eng. 3:180-187, 2006. PubMed Abstract

• Gustafson KJ, JD Sweeney, J Gibney, LA Mathine, Performance of Dynamic and Isovolumetric Trained Skeletal Muscle Ventricles. J Surg Res. 134(2):198-204, 2006.PubMed Abstract

• Gustafson KJ, Moffitt MA, Wang X, Sun J, Snyder SA, Grill WM, Topography of spinal neurons active during the hindlimb withdrawal reflexes in the decerebrate cat.Neuroscience. 141(4):1983-94, 2006. PubMed Abstract

• Boggs JWWenzel BJGustafson KJ, Grill WM, Frequency-Dependent Selection of Reflexes by Pudendal Afferents in the Cat. J Physiol. (Lond) 577:115-126, 2006.PubMed Abstract