Cutaneous Electrode Positioning
A device and method for positioning a cutaneous electrode for delivery of electrical stimulation to a subject's head. A harness is worn on a subject's head with a first band of the harness worn in a closed loop around the subject's head and around a desired contact location on the subject's head. A tensioning strap of the harness is worn across the desired contact location and connected at spaced-apart attachment locations of the strap to spaced-apart attachment locations of the harness such that an electrode disposed over the desired contact location on the subject's head is held in place by the tensioning strap.
Hargrove, Jeffrey and Briggs, Susan R., "Cutaneous Electrode Positioning" (2014). Mechanical Engineering Patents. 11.