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Triphasic pulses due to facial stim/non auditory sensations

Mary Beth

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Will you share your experience switching from biphasic pulses to triphasic pulses?

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Love it! Less non-auditory sensations, as a result can get better (appropriately higher) thresholds across all electrodes = a better sounding mapping. There are parameters within triphasic stimulation (onset? on/off timing? delay?) these definitely make a difference. My current programming slots are all variations of triphasic  pulses with various "timings", essentially the same thresholds, and I clearly prefer one that isn't the defaults and is not either of the min/max of the parameters.

It may not be for everyone, because I think you do give up something (maximum pulse rate?), but I'm pretty stoked on it. 

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