Clinical Experience of the STIMuSTEP Implanted Dropped Foot Stimulator

@inproceedings{SladeSharman2012ClinicalEO,
  title={Clinical Experience of the STIMuSTEP Implanted Dropped Foot Stimulator},
  author={Slade-Sharman},
  year={2012}
}
  • Slade-Sharman
  • Published 2012
A mixed population of 46 people have received the STIMuSTEP implanted dropped foot stimulator. 42 use the device successfully while 2 are unable due to device failure and 2 have been explanted. The performance of the device was evaluated using 10m walking speed, physiological cost index, distance walked in 3 minutes, the psychosocial impact of assistive devices scale (PIADS) and the SF36 quality of life scale. Comparisons were made with the response to an external FES device used before… CONTINUE READING

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