Electrical facial stimulation
Electrical stimulation is sometimes given to patients with facial palsy. The facial nerve normally emits electrical impulses to give muscles their tone and shape. External electrical stimulation can try and mimic these electrical impulses and help restore muscle tone.
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Electrical stimulation was delivered via a 2-channel stimulator (4 electrodes) that produced monophasic μs pulses at submotor intensity once every milliseconds (pulse rate=about pps). In the initial protocol, each of 4 facial.
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Description:These authors applied the procedure during 21 days after reconstructive surgery of the temporal muscle, showing that patients subjected to ES had better facial symmetry both static and dynamic, than the control groups. However, most studies have reported applying it on the swallowing-related muscles located on the front side of the neck in patients with pharyngeal dysphagia to examine the effects on swallowing function 4 , 5. The University of Rochester Medical Center lists electrical stimulation among "alternative therapies" in the treatment of Bell's palsy. It produces tetanic muscle contraction. AMED also uses its own vocabulary and, therefore, we identified the appropriate subject headings for Bell palsy and electrical stimulation.