Implanted Functional Neuromuscular Stimulation systems for individuals with cervical spinal cord injuries: clinical case reports.

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OBJECTIVE To determine the feasibility of providing the ability to stand and to facilitate the performance of standing transfers to individuals with cervical-level spinal cord injuries via functional neuromuscular stimulation (FNS). The applicability of implantable technology to this population was investigated, and the characteristics of the potential… (More)

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@article{Triolo1996ImplantedFN, title={Implanted Functional Neuromuscular Stimulation systems for individuals with cervical spinal cord injuries: clinical case reports.}, author={R. J. Triolo and Christine Bieri and Jan Uhl{\'i}r and Renata Kobeti{\'c} and Albert Scheiner and E. B. Marsolais}, journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation}, year={1996}, volume={77 11}, pages={1119-28} }