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Soupis studií a publikací s přístrojem WalkAide

  • Stein RB, et al., A multicenter trial of a footdrop stimulator controlled by a tilt sensor, Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 2006;20:371-9
  • Stein RB, et al., Long-term therapeutic and orthotic effects of a foot drop stimulator on walking performance in progressive and non-progressive neurological disorders, Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 2010;24:152-67
  • Cameron MH, The WalkAide® Functional Electrical Stimulation System – A Novel Therapeutic Approach For Foot Drop in Central Nervous System Disorders, European Neurological Review, Current issues, Rehabilitation technology, 2010
  • Damiano DL, et al., Muscle Plasticity and Ankle Control After Repetitive Use of a Functional Electrical Stimulation Device for Foot Drop in Cerebral Palsy, Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 2013 Mar-Apr; 27(3):200-7
  • Harrington AK, et al., Evaluation of Functional Electrical Stimulation to Assist Cycling in Four Adolescents with Spastic Cerebral Palsy, International Journal of Pediatrics, Volume 2012
  • Wright E., Achieving independence with the Walkaide, a Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) device for a child with hemiplegia: A Case Study (Poster)
  • Prosser LA, et al., Evaluation Acceptability and potential effectiveness of a foot drop stimulator in children and adolescents with cerebral palsy, Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 2012
  • Rogers HPT, et al., Effects of a WalkAide Home Assessment Program on walking ability and Quality of Life in people with Multiple Sclerosis: a preliminary report, International Symposium on Gait and Balance in Portland 2012 (Poster)
  • Mayer L, et al.,  WalkAide® FES device Improves Gait Function and Quality of Life for People with Multiple Sclerosis on Ampyra, European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) in Lyon, France, 2012 (Poster)
  • Dirk G. Everaert, Does Functional Electrical Stimulation for Foot Drop Strengthen Corticospinal Connections?, Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 2010; 24; 168
  • Meilahn Jill et al., Cerebral Palsy: Soup to Nuts,Curr Phys Med Rehabil Rep (2013) 1:97–1
  • Francois Bethoux, MD, The Cleveland Clinic, WalkAide Compared to Ankle-Foot Orthosis (AFO) in Stroke Patients – INSTRIDE study – probíhající studie (preliminary results yet to be published)

 

Studie FES:

  • Sabut SK et al., Restoration of gait and motor recovery by functional electrical stimulation therapy in persons with stroke, Disabil Rehabil. 2010;32(19):1594-603
  • Sabut SK et al., Improvement of gait & muscle strength with functional electrical stimulation in sub-acute & chronic stroke patients. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. , 2011:2085-8.
  • Sabut SK et al., Functional electrical stimulation of dorsiflexor muscle: effects on dorsiflexor strength, plantarflexor spasticity, and motor recovery in stroke patients, NeuroRehabilitation , 2011;29(4):393-400
  • Sabut SK et al.,  Effect of functional electrical stimulation on the effort and walking speed, surface electromyography activity, and metabolic responses in stroke subjects, J Electromyogr Kinesiol. , 2010 Dec;20(6):1170-7
  • Cheng JS ,  Effects of combining electric stimulation with active ankle dorsiflexion while standing on a rocker board: a pilot study for subjects with spastic foot after stroke, Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2010 Apr;91(4):505-12.
  • Sheffler LR, et al., Peroneal nerve stimulation versus an ankle foot orthosis for correction of of footdrop in stroke: impact on functional ambulation, Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 2006;20:355-60
  • Sheffler LR, et al., Spatiotemporal and kinematic effect of peroneal nerve stimulation versus an ankle-foot orthosis in patiens with multiple sclerosis: A case series, PMR, 2009;1:604-11
  • Sheffler LR, et al., Functional effect of an ankle foot orthosis on gait in multiple sclerosis: A pilot study, AM J Phys Med Rahabil, 2008;87:26-32
  • Kim CM, et al., Effects of a simple functional electric system and/or a hinged ankle-foot orthosis on walking in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury, Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2004;85:1718-23
  • Kottink Al, et al., The orthotic effect of functional electrical stimulation on the improvement of walking in stroke patients with a dropped foot: A systematic review, Artif Organs, 2004;28:577-86
  • Laufer Y., et al., Gait in individuals with chronic hemiparesis, J Neurol Phys Ther, 2009;33:104-10
  • Daly JJ, Response of gait deficits to neuromuscular electrical stimulation for stroke survivors, Expert Rev Neurotherapeutics, 2006;6;1511-22
  • Esnouf JE, et al., Impact on activities of daily living using a functional electrical stimulation device to improve dropped foot in people with multiple sclerosis, measured by the Canadian occupational performance measure, Multiple Sclerosis, 2010;16:1141-7
  • Barrett CL, et al., A randomized trial to investigate the effects of functional electrical stimulation and therapeutic exercise on walking performance for people with multiple sclerosis, Mult Scler, 2009;15:493-504
  • Paul L, et al., The effect of functional electrical stimulation on the physiological cost of gait in people with multiple sclerosis, Mult Scler, 2008;14:954-61
  • Ring H, Treger I, Guendlinger L, Hausdorf JM, Neuroprosthesis for footdrop compared with an ankle-foot orthosis, J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis, 2009;18:41-7
  • Bailey SN, et al., Neurotherapeutic and neuroprosthetic effects of implanted functional electrical stimulation for ambulation after spinal cord injury, J Rehabil Res Dev, 2010;47:7-16
  • Thrasher TA, et al., Gait trainingregimen for incomplete spinal cord injury using functional stimulation, Spinal Cord, 2006;44:357-61
  • Field-Fote EC, Combined use of body weight support, functional electric stimulation, and treadmill training to improve walking ability in individuals with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury, Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2001;82:818-24
  • Seifart A, et al., The effect of lower limb functional electrical stimulation on gait of children with cerebral palsy, Pediatr Phys Ther, 2009;21:23-30
  • van der Linden ML, et al., Functional electrical stimulation to the dorsiflexors and quadriceps in children with cerebral palsy, Pediatr Phys Ther, 2008;20:23-9
  • Everaert DG, et al., Does functionalelectrical stimulation for foot drop strengthen corticospinal connections? Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 2010;24:168-77
  • Taylor PN, et al., Clinical use of the odstock dropped foot stimulator, Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 1999;80:1577-83