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Clinical Papers


Please note the geko™ and firefly™ devices are two brands of the same product. Both utilize the same OnPulse™ technology and product format. geko™ is intended for Healthcare Professionals and firefly™ is the consumer brand.

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  • Effects of electrical nerve stimulation on force generation, oxygenation and blood volume in muscles of the immobilized human leg

  • Authors: Q. Zhang, J. Styf, L Ekström and A.K. Holmesy
  • Effects of electrical nerve stimulation on force generation
  • To purchase a full copy of the paper please click the link below:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24697619

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  • Haemodynamic augmentation in patients with peripheral arterial disease with the geko™ transcutaneous neuromuscular electrical stimulation device

  • Authors: R. Barnes, Y. Shahin, A. Tucker and I. Chetter
  • Haemodynamic augmentation in patients with peripheral arterial disease
  • Abstract published in 'International Journal of Surgery volume 18 (2015)'. To purchase journal please click the link below:

http://www.journal-surgery.net/article/S1743-9191(15)00112-0/fulltext

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25852131

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http://www.labome.org/research/The-geko-device-a-novel-treatment-for-the-reduction-of-post-operative-swelling-following-forefoot-su.html

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25839841

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  • Two Cases of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation of the Common Peroneal Nerve Successfully Treating Refractory, Multifactorial Leg Edema.

  • Authors: M.V Ingves MD and A.H Power MD.

          http://m.hic.sagepub.com/content/2/4/2324709614559839.full 

 

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  • Augmentation of venous, arterial and microvascular blood supply in the leg by isometric neuromuscular stimulation via the peroneal nerve.

  • Authors: A.T. Tucker, PhD, A. Maass, PhD, D.S. Bain, PhD, L.H Chen, MSc, M. Azzam, MD, H Dawson, and A Johnston, PhD

          http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2949997/ 

 

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  • Neuromuscular electrostimulation via the common peroneal nerve promotes lower limb blood flow in a below-knee cast. 

  • Authors: D. J. Warwick, MD, FRCS,FRCS(Orth), Professor ,1 A. Shaikh, BMedSci, Medical Student,1 S. Gadola, Physiotherapy HPC, Rheumatology Ultrasonographer,1 M. Stokes, PhD, MCSP, Professor of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation,2 P. Worsley, BSc, PhD, Senior Research Fellow,3 D. Bain, PhD, Consultant Biomedical Engineer,4 A. T. Tucker, PhD, SRSC, CSci, Principal Clinical Scientist, Reader in Clinical Pharmacology,5 and S. D. Gadola, MD, PhD, FRCP,Professor in Immunology, Consultant Rheumatologist1

          http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3763477/

 

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  •  Haemodynamic changes with the use of neuromuscular electrical stimulation compared to intermittent pneumatic compression.

  • Authors: KJ Williams, HM Moore and AH Davies

           http://phl.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/04/10/0268355514531255