Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Tag: Study

Molecular Scaffold

Developing New Approaches for Spinal Cord Injury

Northwestern Medicine scientists have developed a molecular "scaffold" capable of enhancing electrical activity and growth in neurons, which may prove useful in treating spinal...
shoulder replacement

Readmissions more likely for wheelchair users after shoulder replacement

Wheelchair users are nearly three times more likely to experience hospital readmission following total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA), according to UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers....

Improved understanding of early spinal cord development paves the way for new treatments

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are developing the means to turn stem cells into a wide range of specific types of spinal cord...

T cells block nerve cell regeneration with age, but can be reversed – mice...

New research in mice shows T cells prevent damaged nerve cells from regenerating due to a reversible, ageing-related mechanism. Previous research has shown that ageing...

Software turns ‘mental handwriting’ into on-screen words, sentences

Artificial intelligence, interpreting data from a device placed at the brain’s surface, enables people who are paralyzed or have severely impaired limb movement to...

UM researchers develop new stem cell therapy for treating spinal cord injuries

A new study by University of Manitoba researchers has developed a stem cell-based therapy that may eventually lead to new regenerative treatments for people...

New controller developed at UofL improves home use of epidural stimulation for people with...

When Keith Smith recently got a new tablet, it wasn’t for watching videos or scanning social media. Instead, this tablet allows Smith, who has tetraplegia,...

Rutgers Researchers Harness AI and Robotics to Treat Spinal Cord Injuries

Rutgers researchers are harnessing AI and robotics to deliver new hope for spinal cord injury patients, successfully stabilizing an enzyme able to degrade scar...

Exploratory Study on the Impact of Digital Technology on the Lives of People with...

A study conducted by a researcher in the University of Bristol as a part of her academic work to earn a PhD degree, aims...

Study Establishes Non-surgical Treatment Modality for Bowel Function in Individuals Living With Spinal Cord...

SpineX’s Proprietary SCONE™ Device Offers New Hope to Individuals Living with Spinal Cord Injury SpineX, Inc., today announced the publication of new data in the...