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Two varying approaches to neurostimulation}

Two varying approaches to neurostimulation include responsive stimulation, which stimulates when an elevated probability of seizure is detected, or continuous stimulation to lower the probability of seizure overall, irrespective of variation across time. (Figure reproduced from: Starnes K, Miller K, Wong-Kisiel L, Lundstrom BN. A review of neurostimulation for epilepsy in pediatrics. Brain Sci 2019;9(10):283.)

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