Reduction of costs of disability using neuroprostheses.

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The lifetime costs associated with spinal cord injury are substantial. Assistive technology that reduces complications, increases independence, or decreases the need for attendant services can provide economic as well as medical or functional benefit. This study describes two approaches for estimating the economic consequences of implanted neuroprostheses… (More)

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@article{Creasey2000ReductionOC, title={Reduction of costs of disability using neuroprostheses.}, author={G. H. Creasey and K. L. Kilgore and Denise L Brown-Triolo and J. E. Dahlberg and P. Hunter Peckham and M. W. Keith}, journal={Assistive technology : the official journal of RESNA}, year={2000}, volume={12 1}, pages={67-75} }