Friday, April 12, 2024

Tag: Nervous System

Researchers are developing devices that can help restore bodily movement

Grasping a cup of coffee and raising it to the mouth is a daily ritual most people take for granted. Yet, for those who...

Brain-computer interface begins new clinical trial for paralysis

BOSTON Scientists at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have initiated the BrainGate2 pilot clinical trial to expand restorative neurotechnology research for some patients with...

Experimental Surgery For Paralyzed Kids

BACKGROUND: A new surgery is helping patients who have suffered a spinal cord injury or were born with spina bifida regain control of their...

New imaging technique: toward spinal cord regeneration?

The regeneration capacity of axons within the central nervous system, of which the spinal cord is part, has until now been much debated. Axons...

New stem cell research unlocks unknown therapies

"Stem cell research and regenerative medicine are in an extremely exciting phase right now. We are gaining knowledge very fast and many companies are...

Pharmacological Management of Hemodynamic Complications Following Spinal Cord Injury

The damage from primary and secondary insults of spinal cord injury can result in various hemodynamic alterations. It is important to understand the...

Head And Neck Injury Prevention The Focus Of American Association Of Neurological Surgeons Sixth...

The Sixth Annual National Neurosurgery Awareness Week (NNAW) kicks off this year on May 3 during the 77th Annual Meeting of the AANS in...

Nonprofit to Open Florida Facility for Spinal Cord Injury Patients

Patient necessity in southeast US affects innovative center SANFORD, FL – A promising new resource with a proven methodology of recovery is now available for...