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Brain Machine Interface (BMI) for Spinal Injuries

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.7, No. 9)

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Page : 351-367

Keywords : Brain Machine Interface; Spinal Injuries; Transfer learning; machine learning.;

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Brain-to-machine-interface (BMI) that facilitates the healing of Spinal Injuries. The Product is designed to facilitate the healing of scar tissues along the vertebrae column. This works perfectly for persons having a handicap that hinders motor skills. The BMI performs this operation by generating a series of electro-magnetic propagations throughout the vertebrae column. It will also be designed to target specific areas of extreme abrasion(s) that affect proper blood flow to facilitate the easy flow of blood (as before injury), so that patient(s) once again would experience the use of their limbs. The device will be engineered as such to cause the brain, where necessary, to (possibly) adjust its own internal frequencies (in Hz) and pitch (in W s/cm2) to aid in this process. It will be disclosed that through the adjustment of frequencies (in Hz) and energy density (in W s/cm2) scar tissues can be corrected.

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