[VIDEO] Functional electrical stimulation after stroke – YouTube

Published on Jan 25, 2018

After a stroke, patients may no longer be able to correctly perform simple everyday movements, such as drinking from a glass.
Drinking is still realized as a task, but the impulse sent to the brain is not sufficient to trigger the proper movement.
This process can be practiced with functional electrical stimulation to improve motion sequences on a long-term basis.
The EMG function of the STIWELL electrostimulator measures and enhances the patient’s motion impulse to enable successful movement. Multi-channel electrical impulses support motion control.
For more than 20 years STIWELL has leased and sold electrostimulation devices to provide comprehensive therapy after stroke and other neurological diseases. For more information please visit http://www.stiwell.com/
This video is for demonstration purposes only. The products, applications and performance characteristics are subject to approval by the responsible national authorities. Not all components may be available in your country or provided by MED-EL for sale in your country.
© MED-EL, technical realization: https://zeitraum.com/

 

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