Frequency Spectrum Analysis of Signals Used in Transcorneal Electrical Stimulation




genistein, maxi-channels, Fourier, frequency, bandwidth, spectrum, samples, biological behavior, electric fields, transcorneal stimulation, algorithms, cell behavior


The contribution of this research work focuses on understanding the biological behavior of time-varying electric fields, specifically in the eyeball, by proposing sensitive frequency ranges, specifically for primary open-angle glaucoma POAG and RP retinitis pigmentosa. These ranges were obtained from the analysis of the frequency spectrum of the signals used by other authors in transcorneal electrical stimulation TES therapies. This analysis was performed using an algorithm proposed in this work. The frequency spectra of the signals used in the TES were also compared with the frequency response of the cellular behavior evoked by genestein drug, in order to compare the frequency characteristics of the signals applied in the TES and the biological response of the drug. which causes the same effect in POAG.


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Author Biographies

Jorge Santiago Amaya , SYS-DT S. A de C. V.

Research and Development Department. State of Mexico, Mexico

José Antonio Mendoza Hernández, Technological Institute of Higher Studies Chalco

Division of Electronic Engineering. State of Mexico, Mexico

Félix Gil Carrasco , A. I. P., Luis Sanchez Bulnes Hospital

Association to Prevent Blindness in Mexico (APEC). Mexico City

Jarumi Aguilar Guggembuhl, Technological Institute of Higher Studies Chalco

Division of Electronic Engineering. State of Mexico, Mexico

Claudio López García, Technological Institute of Higher Studies Chalco

Electromechanical Engineering Division. State of Mexico, Mexico


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How to Cite

Santiago Amaya , J., Mendoza Hernández, J. A., Gil Carrasco , F. ., Aguilar Guggembuhl, J. ., & López García, C. . (2022). Frequency Spectrum Analysis of Signals Used in Transcorneal Electrical Stimulation. Nova Scientia, 14(29).



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