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Paralyzed Patients Get Helping Hand

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A new device at Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital in Nashville gives paralyzed patients a helping hand. The device uses advanced electrode technology to help stroke patients, and spinal cord and brain injury patients restore hand function. Therapists say the new hand electrode device is helping patients have a quicker recovery. Barb Cramer reports in this Vanderbilt Medical Center Video News Release.

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