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  • Interferential electrical stimulation for improved bladder management following spinal cord injury. [Journal Article]
    Biomed Rep 2019; 11(3):115-122Daia C, Bumbea AM, … Onose G
  • Patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) with neurogenic bladder (NB) represent a major medical problem, which initiated the search for a non-invasive and effective treatment that is easy to apply and without side effects. A study was performed using interferential medium frequency current electrical stimulation (IMFC ES) on 332 patients shortly after SCI diagnosed with NB dysfunction. All subjects…
  • Influences and trends of various shape-capture methods on outcomes in trans-tibial prosthetics: A systematic review. [Journal Article]
    Prosthet Orthot Int 2019; :309364619865424Suyi Yang E, Aslani N, McGarry A
  • CONCLUSIONS: A good fitting prosthetic socket is crucial for efficient and comfortable use of a prosthesis. To attain the best chances of a good fit, it is important that the characteristics of the residuum are captured as accurately as possible during the initial "shape capture" stage. This paper attempts to categorize and evaluate the existing shape capture methods on their influence and trends on various outcomes - Quality of shape capture, comfort of user and clinical efficiency.
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