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  1. Elektrotherapie, Licht- und Strahlentherapie:
    Grundlagen für Physiotherapeuten und Masseure,
    Frank-P. Bossert, Klaus Vogedes, 2. Auflage, Elsevier GmbH, Urban & Fischer Verlag
  2. Leitfaden Elektrotherapie mit Anwendungen bei
    über 130 Krankheitsbildern, Frank-P. Bossert, W.
    Jenrich, Klaus Vogedes, Elsevier GmbH, Urban &
    Fischer Verlag
  3. Schmerzbehandlung mit biomedizinischer Akupunktur: neurowissenschaftlich begründete
    Punktauswahl, Y.T. Ma, M.Ma, Z.H. Cho, 2005,
    Elsevier GmbH, Urban & Fischer Verlag
  4. Vocalization response to close-arterial injection of
    bradykinin and other algesic agents in guinea pigs
    and its application to quantitative assessment of
    analgesic agents, Adachi KI, Ishii Y., J Pharmacol
    Exp Ther. 1979 Apr;209(1):117-24
  5. Taschenatlas der Biochemie, Jan Koolman,
    Klaus-Heinrich Röhm, Thieme Verlag
  6. klinische Pathophysiologie, Walter, Siegenthaler,
  7. Auflage, 2006 Thieme Verlag
  8. Arzneimittel, Plege konkret, Jelinek, Grabs, Elsevier GmbH Urban & Fischer Verlag
  9. Pädiatrische Reumatologie, Wagner, Dannecker,
    Springer Medizin Verlag Heidelberg
  10. The effects of electric currents on ATP generation,
    protein synthesis, and membrane transport in rat
    skin, Cheng, M.D., Clin Orthop Relat Res. 1982
    Nov-Dec; (171):264-72
  11. Cytokine changes with microcurrent treatment of
    fibromyalgia associated with cervical spine trauma,
    McMakin, Gregory, Phillips, jbmt (2005) 9, 169-176
  12. The efficacy of frequency specific microcurrent
    therapy on delayed onset muscle soreness., Curtis D, Fallows S, Morris M, McMakin C., J Bodyw
    Mov Ther. 2010 Jul;14(3):272-9. Epub 2010 Feb 19
  13. Electro-membrane microcurrent therapy reduces
    signs and symptoms of muscle damage., Lambert MI, Marcus P, Burgess T, Noakes TD., Med Sci
    Sports Exerc. 2002 Apr;34(4):602-7
  14. microcurrent therapy: a novel treatment method
    for chronic low back myofascial pain, McMakin,
    jbmt, Vol.8 , Issue 2, p. 143-153 (2004)
  15. Novel microcurrent treatment is more effective than conventional therapy for chronic Achilles Tendinopathy: randomized comparative trial,
    Chapman-Jones, Physiotherapy, Vol. 88 (8), Aug.
    2002, 471-480
  16. Bone changes due to pulses of direct electric
    microcurrent, Jean Riches, Virchows Archiv, Vol
    357,1,11-18.
  17. Using cranial electrotherapy stimulation to treat
    pain associated with spinal cord injury., Tan G, Rintala DH, Thornby JI, Yang J, Wade W, Vasilev C., J
    Rehabil Res Dev. 2006 Jul-Aug;43(4):461-74
  18. Effect of electrical stimulation waveform on healing of ulcers in human beings with spinal cord
    injury, Baker LL, Wound Repair Regen. 1996 JanMar;4(1):21-8
  19. Treatment of Dekubitus Ulcers, Jesse J. Barron et
    al., Minn. Medicine Feb. 1985; 103-106
  20. Ultra-low microcurrenttherapy: anovel approach
    for treatment of chronic resistant wounds., Lee BY
    et al., Advances in Therapy, Nov/Dec 2007, Vol. 24,
    No. 6
  21. M.E.N.S.: A revolutionary new electrotherapy –
    Part I, Robert I. Picker, Dynamic Chiropractic, Nov
    1990, Vol.8, issue 23
  22. The basis for microcurrent electrical therapy in conventional medical practice, Joseph M. Mercola, DO
    and Daniel L. Kirsch, PhD,DAAPM, Journal of Advancement in Medicine Vol.8, No. 2, Summer 1995
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  23. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation for the treatment of depression., Gunther M, Phillips
    KD., J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv. 2010
    Nov;48(11):37-42. doi: 10.3928/02793695-
    20100701-01. Epub 2010 Jul 22.
  24. A pilot study of cranial electrotherapy stimulation for generalized anxiety disorder, Bystritsky A,
    Kerwin L, Feusner J., J Clin Psychiatry. 2008 Mar;
    69(3):412-7.
  25. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES): a safe
    and effective low cost means of anxiety control in
    a dental practice, Winick RL, Gen Dent. 1999 JanFeb; 47(1):50-5.
  26. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation as a treatment
    for anxiety in chemically dependent persons, Schmitt R, Capo T, Boyd E., Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 1986
    Mar-Apr;10(2):158-60
  27. A study of the effects of cranial electrical stimulation on attention and concentration, Southworth
    S., Integr Physiol Behav Sci. 1999 Jan-Mar;
    34(1):43-53.
  28. Some aspects of electrical sleep and its therapeutic value, Magora, F., Beller, A., Assael, M.I.&
    Askenazi, A. In Wageneder, F.M. and St. Schuy
    (Eds.), Electrotherapeutic Sleep and Electroanaethesia. Excerpta Medica Foundation, International Congress Series No. 136. Amsterdam, Pp.
    129-135,1967
  29. Low intensity transcranial electrostimulation
    improves human learning of a psychomotor task.
    Madden, R.E., & Kirsch, D.L. American Journal of
    Electromedicine, (1987). 2(2/3), 41-45.
  30. Interferential current is effective in palmar psoriasis:an open prospective trial. Philipp, A., Wolf,
    G.K., Rzany, B., Dertinger, H., Jung, E.G. Eur J Dermatol 2000; 10: 195-8
  31. Cranial Electrostimulation – a new nondrug
    method of treating of initial stage essential hypertension, Podzolkov, V.I., Mel‘nikova, T.S., Suvorova
    I.A., Churganova L.Iu., Starovo ĭtova, S.P..,Ter Arkh.
    1992;64(1):24-7
  32. Non-Pharmacologic treatment of shingles., McMakin, C., Practical PAIN MANAGEMENT, 2010;
  33. Effects of microcurrent therapy on delayed
    onset muscle soreness; Welch, M., Medicine and
    Science in Sports and Exercise 24 (5 suppl), (1995)
    FACSM, Guilford College, Greensboro.
  34. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation reduces
    aggression in a violent retarded population: a
    preliminary report., Childs, A., J Neuropsychiatry
    Clin Neurosci. 2005 Fall;17(4):548-51
  35. The use of cranial electrotherapy stimulation to
    block fear perception in phobic patients. Smith,
    R.B., Shiromoto, Frank N., Current Therapeutic
    Research, 51(2):249-253.
  36. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) and the
    reduction of stress symptoms in a sheriff‘s jail
    security and patrol officer population. Mellen,
    R.R; Mackey, W. , American Jails, 22(5):32-38
  37. Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation Review: A
    Safer Alternative to Psychopharmaceuticals in the
    Treatment of Depression. Gilula, M.F. & Kirsch, D.L
    Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol. 9(2) 2005
  38. Response From Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) for Chronic Pain Holubec, J.T. Cumulative Practical Pain Management, 9(9):80-83, 2009
  39. Biofeedback and electromedicine reduce the
    cycle of pain spasm pain in low back patients Zimmerman, S. I., and F. N. Lerner (1989); Medical
    Electronics, 117:108-120.
  40. Brotman, P., Low-intensity Transcranial Electrostimulation Improves the Efficacy of Thermal Biofeedback and Quieting Reflex Training in the Treatment of Classical Migraine Headache American
    Journal of Electromedicine, 6(5):120-123, 1989.
  41. Safety and effectiveness of cranial electrotherapy
    in the treatment of tension headache., Solomon,
    S., Elkind, A., Freitag, F., Gallagher, R.M., Moore,
    K., Swerdlow, B., Malkin, S., Headache. 1989
    Jul;29(7):445-50.
  42. The treatment of fibromyalgie with Cranial electrotherapy stimulation, Lichtbroun, A.S., Raicer,
    M.C. and Smith R.. Journal of Clinical Rheumatology.2001 7 (2):72-78
  43. Cytokine changes with microcurrent treatment of
    fibromyalgia associated with cervical spine trauma.,
  44. Cytokine changes with microcurrent treatment
    of fibromyalgia associated with cervical spine
    trauma. McMakin C.R., Gregory W.M., Phillips T.M.,
    Bodywork Movement Ther. 2005 Jul;9(3):169–176
  45. The Use of Microcurrent Electrical Therapy and
    Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation in Pain Control. Kulkarni, A.D. and Smith, R.B., Clinical Practice
    of Alternative Medicine. 2(2):99-102, 2001
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  46. Effectiveness of Microcurrent Therapy in the
    Management of Lateral Epicondylitis: A Pilot
    Study, Ho, L.O.L., Kwong, W.L., CHeing, G.L.Y.,
    Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal, Volume 25,
    Complete , Pages 14-20, 2007
  47. Comparison of subliminal and placebo stimulation in the management of elbow tendinitis., Rolle,
    W.C., G. Alon, R.P. Nirschl, J. Sobel, J Clin Electrophysiol, 1994. 6: p. 4-9
  48. Effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical nerve
    stimulation and microcurrent electrical nerve stimulation in bruxism associated with masticatory
    muscle pain–a comparative study. Rajpurohit B,
    Khatri SM, Metgud D, Bagewadi A. Indian J Dent
    Res. 2010 Jan-Mar;21(1):104-6.
  49. Frequenzmodulierte mikroströme niedriger
    intensität sind erfolgreich in der behandlung des
    morbus sudeck., Dertinger, H., Henke, R., Mikus,
    E.W.J., ASM, Volume 1, 2003
  50. Control of Cigarette Cravings with Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation Eidelmann, W.S., The Townsend Letter for Doctors, 311(6): 81-85, 2009
  51. Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for
    pain management in patients with uncomplicated minor rib fractures., Oncel M, Sencan S, Yildiz H, Kurt N., Eur J Cardiothorac Surg. 2002
    Jul;22(1):13-7.
  52. Time-dependent effect of transcranial direct current stimulation on the enhancement of working
    memory. Ohn, S., Parkd, C., Yooe W.K., Kof M.H.,
    Choia, K.P., Kimb, G., Leec, Y., Kim, Y.,Neuroreport
    2008;19:43-47.
  53. Noninvasive cortical stimulation with transcranial
    direct current stimulation in Parkinson’s disease.
    Fregni, F., Boggio, P.S., Santos, M.C., Lima, M.,
    Vieira, A.L., Rigonatti, mS.P., Teresa,M., Silva, A.,
    Barbosa, E.R., Nitsche, M.A., Pascual-Leone, A.,
    Mov Disord 2006;21:1693-1702.
  54. Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on working memory in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Boggio PS, Ferrucci R, Rigonatti SP,
    Covre P, Nitsche M, Pascual-Leone A, Fregni F. J
    Neurol Sci 2006;249:31-38.
  55. Repeated sessions of noninvasive brain DC stimulation is associated with motor function improvement in stroke patients. Boggio PS, Nunes A,
    Rigonatti SP, Nitsche MA, Pascual-Leone A, Fregni
    F. Restor Neurol Neurosci 2007;25: 123-129.
  56. Improved naming after transcranial direct current
    stimulation in aphasia. A Monti, F Cogiamanian, S
    Marceglia, R Ferrucci, F Mameli, S Mrakic-Sposta,
    M Vergari, S Zago, A Priori J Neurol Neurosurg
    Psychiatry 2008;79:451-453
  57. Effects of brain polarization on reaction times and
    pinch force in chronic stroke. Hummel FC, Voller
    B, Celnik P, Floel A, Giraux P, Gerloff C, Cohen LG,
    BMC Neurosci 2006;7:73
  58. Transcrainal direct current stimulation improves
    recognition memory in Alzheimer disease. Ferrucci R, Mameli F, Guidi I, Mrakic-Sposta S, Vergari M, Marceglia S, Cogiamanian F, Barbieri S,
    Scarpini E, Priori A. Neurology 2008 June 4. epub
    ahead of print.
  59. A randomized, double-blind clinical trial on the
    efficacy of cortical direct current stimulation for the
    treatment of major depression. Boggio PS, Rigonatti SP, Ribeiro RB, Myczkowski ML, Nitsche MA,
    Pascual-Leone A, Fregni F., Int J Neuropsychopharmacol. 2008 Mar;11(2):249-54. Epub 2007 Jun 11.
  60. A Controlled Clinical Trial of Cathodal DC Polarization in Patients with Refractory Epilepsy.
    Fregni F, Thome-Souza S, Nitsche MA, Freedman SD, Valente KD, Pascual- Leone A. Epilepsia,
    47(2):335–342, 2006
  61. Effectiveness of transcranial direct current stimulation and visual illusion on neuropathic pain
    in spinal cord injury. Soler MD, Kumru H, Pelayo
    R, Vidal J, Tormos JM, Fregni F, Navarro X, Pascual-Leone A. Brain. 2010 Sep;133(9):2565-77.
    Epub 2010 Aug 4.
  62. A randomized, shamcontrolled, proof of principle study of transcranial direct current stimulation
    for the treatment of pain in fibromyalgia. Fregni
    F, Gimenes R, Valle AC, Ferreira MJ, Rocha RR,
    Natalle L, Bravo R, Rigonatti SP, Freedman SD, Nitsche MA, Pascual-Leone A, Boggio PS. Arthritis
    Rheum 2006;54:3988-3998.
  63. Use of low intensity direct current in management
    of ischemic skin ulcers. Gault WR, Gatens PF Phys
    Ther. 1976;56:265-269.
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