Peer reviews Journal Papers

Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Salisbury District Hospital

Updated November 2003

FES

Stroke

Burridge JH, Taylor PN, Hagan SA, Wood DE, Swain ID. The effect of common peroneal nerve stimulation on quadriceps spasticity in hemiplegia. Physiotherapy, 83(2): 82-89, 1997.

Burridge JH, Taylor PN, Hagan SA, Swain ID. Experience of the clinical use of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator. Artificial Organs 21(3): 254-260, 1997.

Burridge JH, Taylor PN, Hagan SA, Wood DE, Swain ID. The effects of common peroneal nerve stimulation on the effort and speed of walking – a randomised controlled trial with chronic hemiplegic patients. Clinical Rehabilitation, 11: 201-210, 1997.

Burridge JH, Taylor PN, Swain ID. A review of the literature published for the correction of peroneal nerve stimulation for the correction of dropped foot. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 8: 155-161, 1998.

Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton, C, Swain ID. Clinical audit of five years provision of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator. Artificial Organs, 23(5): 440-442, 1999.

Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton, C, Swain ID. Patient perceptions of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator. Clinical Rehabilitation, 13: 333-340, 1999.

Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton C, Swain ID. Clinical use of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator - its effect on the speed and effort of walking. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 80: 1577-1583, 1999.

Kinsella SM, O’Keefe D, Wood DE, Lyons GM. A case study of the effects of functional electrical stimulation for drop foot in a subject with hemiplegia. Physiotherapy Ireland, 20(1): 9-13, 1999.

Burridge JH, McLellan DL. Relation between abnormal patterns of muscle activation and response to common peroneal nerve stimulation in paraplegia. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 69: 353-361, 2000.

Burridge JH, Wood DE, Taylor PN, McLellan DL. Indices to describe different muscle activation patterns, identified during treadmill walking, in people with spastic drop-foot. Medical Engineering and Physics, 23(6): 427-434, 2001.

Taylor PN. The use of electrical stimulation for correction of dropped foot in subjects with upper motor neuron lesions. Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, 2(1): 16-18, 2002.

Johnson CA, Wood DE, Swain ID, Tromans AM, Strike PW, Burridge JH. A pilot study to investigate the combined use of Botulinum Neurotoxin Type A and functional electrical stimulation, with physiotherapy, in the treatment of spastic dropped foot in subacute stroke. Artificial Organs, 26(3): 263-266, 2002.

Kenney L, Bultstra G, Buschman R, Taylor PN, Mann GE, Hermens H, Holsheimer J, Nene A, Tenniglo M, van der Aa H, Hobby J. An implantable two-channel drop foot stimulator: initial clinical results. Artificial Organs, 26(3): 267-270, 2002.

Johnson CA, Strike PW, Wood DE, Swain ID, Burridge JH. A preliminary investigation into the effect of the combined use of botulinum neurotoxin type A and functional electrical stimulation, in the treatment of spastic dropped foot following stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, In press 2003.

 

Cerebral Palsy

Wright PA. A literature review of the current use of electrical stimulation for lower limb treatment of children with cerebral palsy. Physiotherapy Ireland, 21(1): 25-28, 2000.

Wright PA, Granat MH. Therapeutic effects of functional electrical stimulation of the upper limb of eight children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 42: 724-727, 2000.

Wright PA, Granat MH. Improvement in hand function and wrist range of motion following functional electrical stimulation of wrist extensors in two adults with cerebral palsy. Clinical Rehabilitation, 14: 264-266, 2000.

 

MS

*Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton, C, Swain ID. Clinical audit of five years provision of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator. Artificial Organs, 23(5): 440-442, 1999.

*Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton, C, Swain ID. Patient perceptions of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator. Clinical Rehabilitation, 13: 333-340, 1999.

*Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton C, Swain ID. Clinical use of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator - its effect on the speed and effort of walking. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 80: 1577-1583, 1999.

*Taylor PN. The use of electrical stimulation for correction of dropped foot in subjects with upper motor neuron lesions. Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, 2(1): 16-18, 2002.

*indicates also listed under FES stroke

SCI

Ewins DJ, Taylor PN, Crook SE, Lipczynski RT, Swain ID. Practical low cost stand/sit systems for mid thoracic paraplegics Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 10(2): 184-188, 1988.

Swain ID. Functional electrical stimulation in the USA. Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology, 12(2): 61-71, 1988.

Nash RSW, Davy M, Orpwood R, Swain ID. Development of a wheelchair mounted standing frame. Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 12(3): 189-192, 1990.

Taylor PN, Ewins DJ, Fox B, Grundy D, Swain ID. Limb blood flow, cardiac output and quadriceps muscle bulk following spinal cord injury and the effect of training for the Odstock functional electrical stimulation standing system. Paraplegia, 31: 303-310, 1993.

Rushton DN, Donaldson N de N, Barr FMD, Harper VJ, Perkins TA, Taylor PN, Tromans AM. Lumbar root stimulation for restoring leg function: results in paraplegia. Artificial Organs, 21(3): 180-182, 1997.

Rushton DN, Barr FMD, Donaldson N de N, Harper VJ, Perkins TA, Taylor PN, Tromans AM. Selecting candidates for a lower limb stimulator implant programme: a patient-centred method. Spinal Cord, 36(5): 303-309, 1998.

Crook SE, Chappell PH. A portable system for closed loop control of the paralysed hand using functional electrical stimulation. Medical Engineering and Physics, 20: 70-76, 1998.

Woodcock AH, Taylor PN, Ewins DJ. Long pulse biphasic electrical stimulation of denervated muscle. Artificial Organs, 23(5): 457-459, 1999.

Donaldson N de N, Munih M, Perkins TA, Wood DE. Apparatus to measure simultaneously 14 isometric leg joint moments, Part 1 Design and calibration of six axis transducer for the force and moments at the ankle. Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, 37(2): 137-147, 1999.

Wood DE, Donaldson N de N, Perkins TA. Apparatus to measure simultaneously 14 isometric leg joint moments, Part 2 Multimoment chair system. Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, 37(2): 148-154, 1999.

*Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton, C, Swain ID. Patient perceptions of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator. Clinical Rehabilitation, 13: 333-340, 1999.

*Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Wood DE, Norton J, Dunkerley A, Singleton C, Swain ID. Clinical use of the Odstock Drop Foot Stimulator - its effect on the speed and effort of walking. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 80: 1577-1583, 1999.

Donaldson N de N, Perkins TA, Fitzwater R, Wood DE, Middleton F. FES cycling may promote recovery of leg function after incomplete spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord, 38: 680-682, 2000.

Wood DE, Dunkerley AL, Tromans AM. Results from bone mineral density scans in twenty-two complete lesion paraplegics. Spinal Cord, 39: 145-148, 2001.

Taylor PN, Esnouf J, Hobby J. Pattern of use and user satisfaction of the NeuroControl Freehand System. Spinal Cord, 39: 156-160, 2001.

Hobby J, Taylor PN, Esnouf J. Restoration of tetraplegic hand function by use of the NeuroControl Freehand system. Journal of Hand Surgery, 26B(5): 459-464, 2001.

Peckham PH, Keith MW, Kilgore KL, Grill JH, Wuolle KS, Thrope GB, Gorman P, Hobby J, Mulcahey MJ, Carroll S, Hertz VR, Weigner A, for the Implanted Neuroprosthesis Research Group. Efficacy of an implanted neuroprosthesis for restoring hand function in tetraplegia: a multicentre study. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 82: 1380-1388, 2001.

Taylor PN, Tromans AM, Harris KR, Swain ID. Electrical stimulation of abdominal muscles for control of blood pressure and augmentation of cough in a C3/4 level tetraplegic. Spinal Cord, 40: 34-36, 2002.

Taylor PN, Esnouf JE, Hobby JA. The functional impact of the Freehand system on tetraplegic hand function – Clinical results. Spinal Cord, 40: 560-566, 2002.

Perkins TA, Donaldson N de N, Hatcher NAC, Swain ID, Wood DE. Control of leg powered paraplegic cycling using stimulation of the lumbo-sacral anterior spinal nerve roots. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 10(3): 158-164, 2002.

Norton JA, Wood DE, Marsden J, Day BL. Spinally generated electromyographic oscillations and spasms in a low thoracic complete paraplegic. Movement Disorders, 18(1): 101-106, 2003.

Esnouf J, Taylor PN, Hobby JA. Improvement in activities of daily living using the Freehand: a system designed for people with tetraplegia. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66(3): 113-117, 2003.

Donaldson N de N, Rushton DN, Perkins TA, Wood DE, Norton JA, Krabbendam A. Recruitment by motor nerve root stimulators: significance for implant design. Medical Engineering and Physics, 25: 527-537, 2003.

Gollee H, Hunt KJ, Wood DE. New results in feedback control of unsupported standing in paraplegia. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, In press, 2003.

Norton JA, Wood DE, Day BL. Is the spinal cord the generator of orthostatic tremor? Neurology, In press 2003.

*indicates also listed under FES stroke

 

Orthopaedic

Avramidis K, Strike PW, Taylor PN, Swain ID. Effectiveness of electrical stimulation of the vastus medialis muscle in the rehabilitation of patients after total knee arthroplasty. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, In press, 2003.

Non FES

Stroke

Swain ID, John J. The use of EMG biofeedback in the retraining of stroke patients. Care, Science & Practice, 1(3): 25-29, 1982.

SCI

Dunkerley AL, Ashburn A, Stack EL. Deltoid triceps transfer and functional independence of people with tetraplegia. Spinal Cord, 38: 435-441, 2000.

Physioogical measurment

Porter JM, Swain ID, Shakespeare PJ. Measurement of limb blood flow by electrical impedance plethysmograph. Annals Royal College of Surgeons of England, 67: 169-172, 1985.

Swain ID, Wilson G, Crook SE. A simple method of measuring the electrical properties of the skin. Journal of Hand Surgery, 10B(3): 319-323, 1985.

Porter JM, Swain ID. Non invasive measurement of limb and digit blood flow. Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 8: 187-192, 1986.

Porter JM, Swain ID. Measurement of cardiac output by impedance plethysmography. Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 1987.

Porter JM, Swain ID, Shakespeare PG. Measurement of pulsatile limb and finger blood flow by electrical impedance plethysmography - criterion for the diagnosis of abnormal flow. Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 9(4): 367-373, 1987.

Swain ID, Grant, LJ. Methods of measuring skin blood flow. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 34(2): 151-175, 1989.

Grant LJ, Scott RS. The use of multiple coherence functions in evaluating the reliability of impedance data. European Respiratory Review, 4(19): 121-5, 1994.

Scott RS, Grant LJ. Assessment of cardiogenic interference on respiratory input impedance measurements and attempts to minimise effects using adaptive filtering. European Respiratory Review, 4(19): 126-129, 1994.

Rehab engineering

Swain ID. The future of arm prosthetics - Do we have the technology? Care, Science and Practice, 4(2): 29-33, 1984.

Pressure care

Swain ID et al. Assessment of bedding surfaces. Care Science and Practice, 6(3): 84-85, 1988.

Dover H, Pickard W, Swain ID, Grundy D. Effectiveness of a pressure clinic in preventing pressure sores. Paraplegia, 30: 267-272, 1992.

Swain ID, Nash RSW, Dunford CE, Stacey P, Robertson JC. Assessment of support surfaces. Nursing Standard, 6(23): 12-13, 1992.

Swain ID, Nash RSW, Robertson JC. Objective assessment of the Nimbus ad Pegasus Airwave mattresses. Journal of Tissue Viability, 3(2): 42, 1992.

Swain ID, Dunford CE, Stacey P, Robertson JC. Objective assessment of the Biwave and Nimbus mattresses. Journal of Tissue Viability 3(3), 1992.

Swain ID, Dunford CE, Stacey P, Robertson JC. Objective assessment of the Talley Base and Quattro mattresses. Journal of Tissue Viability 3(4), 1992.

Lowthian P, Yearwood J, Swain ID. Design of a variable cushion for perineal pain relief. Journal of Tissue Viability 4(2), 1993.

Kabagambe M, Swain ID, Shakespeare PG. An Investigation into the effects of local pressure on the microcirculation of the skin in spinal cord injured patients. Journal of Tissue Viability, 4(4):110-123, 1994.

Norman D, Dunford C, Swain ID. Assessment of support Surfaces - Mistral mattress and Bodipillo overlay. Journal of Tissue Viability, 5(4): 115-117, 1995.

Swain ID, Norman D. Evaluation of static support systems - the effect of additional support behind the calf and thigh on interface pressure. Journal of Tissue Viability, 7(4): 130-132, 1997.

 

WOUND CARE

Moody M, Grocott P. Assessment of patients with fungating malignant lesions. Professional Nurse, 1993.

Moody M, Grocott P. Let’s extend our knowledge base: Assessment and management of fungating wounds. Professional Nurse, 8(9): 586-590, 1993.

Moody M. Evaluation of a semi-permeable polyurethane absorptive dressing. Professional Nurse, 12: 798-802, 1993.

Moody M. Accountability in wound care - a practical approach. Wound Management, 31: 6-7, 1993.

Moody M. Radiation damaged skin - which treatment option and why? Wound Management, 44: 56-57, 1993.

Moody M. State of art of wound care – a survey of wound management practice in nursing homes. Professional Nurse Supplement - Wound Care in the Community, pp. 7-11, 1993.

Moody M. Wound dressings - Principles of choice part 2. Nursing Standard, 19, 7 35 pp. 3-13, 1993.

Moody M. Evaluation of a pressure relieving dressing in the prevention and treatment of pressure sores. Professional Nurse, 1994.

Swain ID, Stacey PO, Dunford CE, Nichols R. Objective evaluation of mattresses and overlays. Wound Management, (2): 3-4, 1996.

Swain ID. The role of the bioengineer in the prevention of pressure sores. Journal of Tissue Viability, 8(1), 1998.

Swain ID, Bader DL. The measurement of interface pressure and its role in soft tissue breakdown. Journal of Tissue Viability, 12(4): 132-146, 2002.