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Neuroprosthetic exoskeleton allows tetraplegic patient to utilize his limbs


Wireless brain–machine interface technology has been utilized to design an exoskeleton for helping a tetraplegic patient move his limbs.

A team from the University of Grenoble (France) have designed a four-limb neuroprosthetic exoskeleton, which can be controlled utilizing brain–machine interfacing technology. Their proof-of-concept study, which has allowed a tetraplegic patient to use his limbs, has been published in The Lancet Neurology.

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