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New controller for functional electrical stimulation systems.
The results of this study suggest that functional electrical stimulation can be well tolerated by paralyzed individuals.
Functional electrical stimulation cycling improves body composition, metabolic and neural factors in persons with spinal cord injury.
The patient group was divided into two groups via the sealed envelope method, as the standard rehabilitation program group and the standard rehabilitation program plus functional electrical stimulation group.
Abbreviations: ADL = activity of daily living, ARAT = Action Research Arm Test, EMG = electromyography, FES = functional electrical stimulation, IPPA = Individually Prioritized Problem Assessment, IQR = interquartile range, MeCFES = myoelectrically controlled functional electrical stimulation, MWUt = Mann-Whitney U test, Post = end-of-treatment evaluation, Pre = baseline evaluation, TSS = time since stroke, WSRt = Wilcoxon Signed Rank test.
A therapy called functional electrical stimulation (FES) delivers electrical current to the legs to assist actions such as standing and walking.
The decision by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) establishes a new HCPCS code, E0770, for functional electrical stimulation (FES) devices including the NESS L300[TM] Foot Drop System.
announced today it has been presented the prestigious Frost & Sullivan 2015 Market Leadership Award in Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) for Walking.
Restoration and analysis of standing-up in complete paraplegia utilizing functional electrical stimulation.
The NESS H200 is an advanced hand rehabilitation system designed to use mild Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) to improve hand function and promote motor recovery in some patients who have lost function of their upper extremity following injury to the central nervous system, such as stroke, traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury.
The most common intervention of this type is functional electrical stimulation (FES) leg cycling ergometry (LCE), in which the external load is a cycle ergometer.
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) of paretic muscles can potentially elicit functional limb movements [7], such as reaching and hand opening [7-9].
The Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Center, a consortium of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Case Western Reserve University, and MetroHealth Medical Center, provides innovative options for restoring neurological health and function by developing advanced technologies and integrating them into clinical care.
EST , will address the latest in technology as it relates to motion therapy; Topics covered include: Locomotion Treadmill Training, Robotic Repetitive Motion, Exoskeletons, functional electrical stimulation (FES) and more.
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