The statistics toolkit calculates basic summary measures for all specified data channels in Ensemble.
The term ‘neurovascular transduction’ is often used to describe the transduction of sympathetic nerve activity to regional vascular responses.
Cerebral autoregulation can be evaluated by measuring relative blood flow changes in response to a steady-state change in the blood pressure (static method) or during the response to a rapid change in blood pressure (dynamic method).
Muscle sympathetic nerve activity (MSNA) is recorded through the use of microneurography. This is the process of percutaneously inserting a tungsten microelectrode into a nerve to record action potentials.
Extract is a tool for data visualisation, selection, and analysis.
To load files clicking the file icon and navigate to the “Extracted” folder containing pre-processed files.