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Bladder inhibition with functional electrical stimulation.
Effects of functional electrical stimulation training for six months on body composition and spasticity in motor complete tetraplegic spinal cord-injured individuals.
The demographic and clinical characteristics (age, gender, type of the cerebrovascular accident, duration of the disease, and hemiplegic side) of 28 subacute/chronic stroke patients (divided into standard rehabilitation program and standard rehabilitation program + functional electrical stimulation groups) are shown in Table 1.
Rehabilitation of reaching and grasping function in severe hemiplegic patients using functional electrical stimulation therapy.
Abbreviations: CDF = cumulative distribution function, CPN = common peroneal nerve, EMG = electromyography, FES = functional electrical stimulation, NIH = National Institutes of Health, PC = paw contact, RS = randomly timed stimulation, RTT = robotic treadmill training, SCI = spinal cord injury, SD = standard deviation, TA = tibialis anterior, TO = toe-off, WSTT = weight-supported treadmill training.
provides functional electrical stimulation to the muscles of the lower leg to help lift the foot up through wireless synchronization while walking.
Today at the AOTA Annual Meeting in Long Beach, California, the benefits of the NESS H200 in stroke patients were presented in a case series titled, "New Therapy Interface: A Case Series of Telerehabilitation and Functional Electrical Stimulation.
Abbreviations: BC = body composition, DXA = dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, ES-RT = electrical stimulation resistance training, FES = functional electrical stimulation, LBM = lean body mass, LCE = leg cycling ergometry, LL = lower limb, NMES = neuromuscular electrical stimulation, RBF = regional body fat, SCATs = Spinal Cord Assessment Tool for Spastic Reflexes, SCI = spinal cord injury, TBF = total body fat, TM = total mass, VAS = visual analog scale.
Functional electrical stimulation from a neuroprosthesis in concert with voluntary effort may improve arm and hand movement after stroke.
We shall consider these here, as well as alternative hybrid functional electrical stimulation (FES)-based approaches.
Bioness harnesses the power of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) to deliver innovative wireless technologies designed to assist stroke and other patients with neurological injuries to recover faster and regain function in their affected limbs.
and a multidisciplinary team, built the new rehabilitation device by pairing a functional electrical stimulation (FES) system, which is currently used to help stroke patients recover limb function, and a brain control interface (BCI), which provides a direct communication pathway between the brain and this peripheral stimulation device.

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