Freehand System

A surgically implanted prosthetic device that restores hand grasp in quadriplegic patients through a system of electrodes placed in the forearm and hand
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The NeuroControl Freehand System can allow patients to straighten their elbows, pinch with their fingers and grasp things with their hands.
The Neurocontrol Freehand system consists of a chest stimulator and a series of electrodes wired under the skin to the fingers.
The FDA approved the system, manufactured by Neuro Control's Freehand System of Cleveland for quadriplegic adults who suffered spinal-cord injuries but have some movement in the upper body.
At 17 she volunteered to receive a device called the NeuroControl Freehand System at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Philadelphia.
The FREEHAND System received FDA Premarket (PMA) Approval in 1997 and more than 160 people have received the device worldwide.
The FREEHAND System received FDA Clearance in 1997 and more than 170 people have received the device worldwide.
The FREEHAND System received FDA Approval in 1997 and more than 170 people have received the device worldwide.
The FREEHAND System received FDA Approval in 1997 and more than 160 people have received the device worldwide.
The FREEHAND System received FDA Approval in 1997 and more than 140 people have received the device worldwide.
The implantable FES is part of NeuroControl's Freehand System which received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) market clearance in August 1997.
Biocontrol sales from the FES, called the NeuroControl Freehand System, are expected to generate $1,210,000 total revenue in 1997 with 1998 bringing increased sales and revenue as a result of the FDA clearance.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- NeuroControl Corporation (has announced that an outside advisory panel of experts appointed by the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Office of Device Evaluation has unanimously recommended approval of its Freehand System at a panel meeting in Rockville, Md.