Aaron Hadley
Aaron Hadley
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Improvement of respiratory compromise through abductor reinnervation and pacing in a patient with bilateral vocal fold impairment
M Broniatowski, S Grundfest‐Broniatowski, AJ Hadley, NS Shah, ...
The Laryngoscope 120 (1), 76-83, 2010
262010
Paced glottic closure for controlling aspiration pneumonia in patients with neurologic deficits of various causes
M Broniatowski, NZ Moore, S Grundfest-Broniatowski, HM Tucker, ...
Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 119 (3), 141-149, 2010
212010
Laryngeal elevation by selective stimulation of the hypoglossal nerve
AJ Hadley, I Kolb, DJ Tyler
Journal of neural engineering 10 (4), 046013, 2013
142013
Selective intraoperative stimulation of the human larynx
M Broniatowski, S Grundfest‐Broniatowski, EC Hahn, AJ Hadley, DJ Tyler, ...
The Laryngoscope 122 (9), 2015-2022, 2012
62012
Neural network pattern recognition of lingual–palatal pressure for automated detection of swallow
AJ Hadley, KR Krival, AL Ridgel, EC Hahn, DJ Tyler
Dysphagia 30 (2), 176-187, 2015
52015
Targeted transtracheal stimulation for vocal fold closure
AJ Hadley, P Thompson, I Kolb, EC Hahn, DJ Tyler
Dysphagia 29 (3), 346-354, 2014
22014
Electrical stimulation for the management of aspiration during Swallowing
DJ Tyler, I Kolb, P Thompson, A Hadley
2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2012
22012
Clinical Feasibility Trial for Transtracheal Stimulation of Vocal Fold Closure in Sensate Human Subjects
E Hahn, A Hadley, DJ Tyler, N Maronian
Otolaryngology–head and Neck Surgery 151 (1_suppl), 2014
2014
Dynamic Laryngo-Tracheal Control for Airway Management in Dysphagia
AJ Hadley
Case Western Reserve University, 2013
2013
Paced Glottic Closure for Controlling Aspiration Pneumonia in Patients With Neurologic Deficits of Various Causes
S Grundfest-Broniatovvski, HM Tucker, E Lancaster, K Krival, AJ Hadley, ...
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