Literature Review

Motor neuroprosthesis implanted with neurointerventional surgery improves capacity for activities of daily living tasks in severe paralysis: first in-human experience

This revolutionary paper opens a whole new era of possibilities for endovascular treatment devices.

This is the first endovascular stent which has sensors capable of converting electric signals from motor cortex to computer commands, allowing paralyzed patients to use a personal computer and be capable of doing independent daily life activities.

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