Organ-specific, multimodal, wireless optoelectronics for high-throughput phenotyping of peripheral neural pathways

The vagus nerve supports diverse autonomic functions and behaviors important for health and survival. To understand how specific components of the vagus contribute to behaviors and long-term physiological effects, it is critical to modulate their activity with anatomical specificity in awake, freely behaving conditions using reliable methods. Here, we introduce an organ-specific scalable, multimodal, wireless optoelectronic device for precise and chronic optogenetic manipulations in vivo. … Continue reading Organ-specific, multimodal, wireless optoelectronics for high-throughput phenotyping of peripheral neural pathways

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A randomised controlled feasibility trial of E-health application supported care vs usual care after exacerbation of #COPD: the RESCUE trial

Exacerbations of COPD are one of the commonest causes of admission and readmission to hospital. The role of digital interventions to support self-management in improving outcomes is uncertain. We conducted an open, randomised controlled trial of a digital health platform application (app) in 41 COPD patients recruited following hospital admission with an acute exacerbation. Subjects were randomised to either receive usual care, including a written … Continue reading A randomised controlled feasibility trial of E-health application supported care vs usual care after exacerbation of #COPD: the RESCUE trial

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