Papers & Publications

A range of clinical publications about t-VNS®

Publications

Dr Schulze-Bonhage

Transcutaneous VNS | A new therapeutic approach in epilepsy.
Epilepsy Professional. 2015 Autumn Edition.p20-24. (View)

Frangos E, Ellrich J, Komisaruk BR

Non-invasive access to the vagus nerve central projections via electrical stimulation of the external ear: fMRI evidence in humans.
Brain Stimulation. 2014;DOI:10.1016/j.brs.2014.12.003; In press. (View)

Ellrich J

Transcutaneous access to the vagus nerve: A new treatment option in CNS diseases.
8th annual conference of the German Society for Neuromodulation, Berlin, 2012 (Download)

Huber D, Fischenich A, Wolf N, Ellrich J (Poster)

Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation has no impact on the pupillary light reflex in healthy volunteers.
SfN’s 42nd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, 2012 (Download)

Frangos E, Ellrich J, Dell’Italia J, Wise N, Komusaruk B R (Poster)

Activation of human vagus nerve afferent projections via electrical stimulation of external ear: fMRI evidence.
SfN’s 42nd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, 2012 (Download)

Ellrich J

Analgesic Effects of Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) in Healty Volunteers.
14th World Congress on Pain, Milan, 2012 (Download)

Busch V, Zeman F, Heckel A, Menne F, Ellrich J, Eichhammer P

The effect of transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation on pain perception – An experimental study.
Brain Stimulation, 1–8, 2012 (View)

Stefan H et al.

Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (t-VNS®) in pharmacoresistant epilepsies: A proof of concept trial.
Epilepsia, 1–4, 2012 (View)

Ellrich J

Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation.
European Neurological Review 2011;6;262-4 (Download)

Ellrich J, Wolf N, Busch V, Eichhammer P

Analgesic effects of transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation.
15th Annual Meeting of NANS, Las Vegas, 2011 (Download)

Stefan H et al.

First experiences with transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (t-VNS®) in epilepsy treatment.
American Epilepsy Society, (Abst. 2.277), 2011 (Download)

Ellrich J, Busch V, Eichhammer P

Inhibition of Pain Processing by Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation.
Neuromodulation, 14: 383, 2011 (Download)

Ellrich J

Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation: feasibility, safety, and clinical application.
INS 10th World Congress, London, 2011 (Download)

Ellrich J, Busch V, Eichhammer P

Alteration of pain processing by transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation.
Joint Neuromodulation Meeting of the Benelux, Nordic and Baltic states, Groningen, 2011 (Presentation, Abstract)

Ellrich J

Transkutane Neurostimulation zur Therapie neuropsychiatrischer Erkrankungen.
Fachtagung Innovative Medizintechnik in der Rehabilitation. Neuronale Schnittstellen – Robotik – Telematik, Würzburg, 2010 (Presentation, Abstract)

Fischenich A, Ellrich J

Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation: A treatment option in drug resistant epilepsy?
6. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neuromodulation, Luxemburg, 2010 (Presentation, Abstract)

Dietrich S, Smith J, Scherzinger C, Hofmann-Preiß K, Freitag T, Eisenkolb A, Ringler R

A novel transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation leads to brainstem and cerebral activations measured by functional MRI.
Biomed Tech, 53(3): 104-11, 2008 (View)

Ringler R, Scherzinger C, Neuhuber W, Dietrich S (Poster)

Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging is a feasible method to study cerebral signal processing during transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (t-VNS®).
38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, 2008 (Download)

Dietrich S, Neuhuber W, Scherzinger C, Ringler R (Poster)

Non-invasive electrical nerve stimulation of Ramus auricularis nervi vagi, N. facialis and N. mentalis results in nerve-specific brainstem and cerebral activations examined by BOLD fMRI.
38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, 2008 (Download)

Ringler R, Fischenich A, Scherzinger C, Hartlep A, Dietrich S (Poster)

BOLD fMRI clusters during transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (t-VNS®) vary with frequency and pulse width.
39th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, 2009 (Download)