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New electrical stimulation therapy may improve hand function after stroke

A new electrical stimulation therapy helped stroke survivors with hand weakness improve hand dexterity more than an existing stimulation technique, according to new research in the American Heart Asso...

A 42-Year-Old Woman Unhappy With Her Hand's Appearance

A woman preparing for a family portrait doesn't like how her right hand looks. What deformity does she have? Medscape Plastic Surgery

Case Challenge: A 42-Year-Old Woman Unhappy With Her Hand's Appearance

A woman preparing for a family portrait doesn't like how her right hand looks. What deformity does she have? Medscape Plastic Surgery

Medical News Today: Stroke: Innovative electrical stimulation glove improves hand function

A new therapy has been developed for stroke survivors to improve hand function using a glove to send electrical stimulation to nerves in the affected hand.

To claw or not to claw? NY cat proposal sparks frisky debate

For many decades, declawing cats has been a routine veterinary procedure, but this is no simple pedicure. There's anesthesia, pain medication and the amputation of the cat's toes back to the first knu...

BRIEF-Implanet launches new JAZZ Claw implant

* Has been granted 510(k) clearance in United States and CE mark in Europe to market new JAZZ Claw Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

New Electrical Stimulation Therapy Improves Hand Function for Stroke Survivors

NewsA new electrical stimulation therapy improved hand dexterity for stroke survivors more than an existing technique.

New Electrical Stimulation Therapy Can Help Stroke Patients Move Paralyzed Hand

THURSDAY, Sept. 8, 2016 -- A new form of electrical stimulation therapy can help rewire the brain and restore some dexterity to a hand that's been paralyzed by stroke, a new clinical trial shows. In t...

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Change of the Corticospinal Tract in the Unaffected Hemisphere by Change of the Dominant Hand Following Stroke: A Cohort Study.

We investigated the change of the corticospinal tract (CST) in the unaffected hemisphere by the change of the dominant hand in stroke patients, using diffusion tensor tractography (DTT).Forty-eight st...

An alternative treatment for contractures of the elderly institutionalized persons: Microinvasive percutaneous needle tenotomy of the finger flexors.

Almost 10% of older adults in nursing homes have a fixed flexion deformity of the fingers (claw hand). Such contractures have important functional consequences, often leading to hygiene difficulties. ...

Handwriting performance versus arm forward reach and grasp abilities among post-stroke patients, a case-control study.

Evidence-based studies regarding deficits in handwriting performance relative to hand reaching and grasping after a stroke are lacking.

Effects of screen size on smartphone functionality and usability for stroke patients with hemiparalysis.

[Purpose] The effect of screen size on smartphone functionality and usability for patients with stroke, considering both the non-dominant and dominant hand smartphone usage, was investigated in this s...

Specific Characteristics of Injuries Inflicted by Claw Hammer.

Claw hammers have the specific characteristic of having two distinct ends: one a flat head of variable form, the other bifurcated. So the use of this tool as a blunt instrument will cause varying inju...

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