Acta Scientific Neurology (ASNE) (ISSN: 2582-1121)

Review Article Volume 5 Issue 6

Prevention of Induced L-Dopa Dyskinesias Through Closed Loop Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson`s: Stimulations with DBS Stimulator

Venkateshwarla Rama Raju1* and Dabbeta Anji Reddy2

1PhD, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
2PhD, Professor, Director Nigama Engineering College Sambaipally, Peddapally Karimanagar, Telangana, India

*Corresponding Author: Venkateshwarla Rama Raju, PhD Department of Computer Science & Engineering CMR College of Engineering & Technology (UGC Autonomous) [Jawaharlal Nehru technological University Hyderabad - JNTUH] CMR Institute of Medical Sciences (CMR-IMS) Kandlakoya, Medchal Rd., Hyderabad, Telangana TS 501 401, India email:

Received: April 19, 2022; Published: May 27, 2022


This study presents the prevention of dyskinesias called side-effects occurred due to the induced levodopa (IL-Dopa, a metabolic precursor to the dopamine chemical messengers which are cell receptors) by applying the minimally invasive surgical procedure called deep brain stimulation - a surgery done for the Parkinson`s disease patients such that the dyskinesias such as cognitive issues like memory, cognitive impairment CI, cognitive dementia CD, slurred speech, hallucinations, followed by the axial symptoms of the entire body shaking like breezing, etc.) are wiped out.

Keywords: L-Dopa; Dyskinesias; Closed Loop; Deep Brain Stimulation; Parkinson`s

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Citation: Venkateshwarla Rama Raju and Dabbeta Anji Reddy. “Prevention of Induced L-Dopa Dyskinesias Through Closed Loop Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson`s: Stimulations with DBS Stimulator". Acta Scientific Neurology 5.6 (2022): 48-51.


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