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H-Reflex Methodology

H-reflex data

The Hoffmann reflex (H-reflex) is an electrically induced reflex that bypasses the muscle spindle. H-reflex is a useful measure to assess modulation of monosynaptic reflex activity in the spinal cord.
H-reflex studies can be set up multiple ways and users should determine the best approach for their required protocol; BIOPAC cannot recommend a “standard” approach for H-reflex.

Keywords: H-reflex, Hoffmann reflex, motor neuron, neuromuscular system, injury, muscle, anterior cruciate ligament, knee laxity, Neuronal pathways, Presynaptic–postsynaptic inhibition, Spinal circuits, arthrogenic muscle inhibition, disinhibitory modality, chronic ankle instability, cryotherapy

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H-reflex studies can be set up multiple ways and users should determine the best approach for their required protocol; BIOPAC can not recommend a “standard” approach for H-reflex.

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