A plastic head holder, plastic recording chambers, and scleral search coils were implanted under anesthesia with ketamine, diazepam, and isoflurane gas throughout these surgeries. After 6 weeks of recovery period, we started training and recording. We routinely cleaned the implants by flushing with hydrogen peroxide or a mixture of betadine and saline solution at least three times a week for the health and well-being of subjects.

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