Experimental: Implantation, controller development, and evaluation
This phase includes installing the device and setting the individual up for home use, creating advanced controllers for walking and evaluating the effect of the device over several months.
Implanted Receiver Stimulator (IRS) delivering 8 channels of stimulation. Appropriate for muscle-based (intramuscular or epimysial) electrodes only
Device: IST 12 & IST 16
Implantable Stimulator Telemeter (IST) that provides 12 independent channels of stimulation with the option of 2 channels of bipolar myoelectric signal recording, or 16 independent stimulus channels. Suitable for muscle-based or nerve cuff electrodes such as the CWRU Spiral, Flat Interface Nerve Electrode (FINE) or Composite-Flat Interface Nerve Electrode (C-FINE).
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