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Clinical Studies

Through our central vision in driving innovation through collaborative partnerships to solve challenging medical problems, we have placed research at the heart of our business.

Our sponsored and investigator-led studies translate clinical needs into high-impact evidence-based therapies.

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Increased Blood Circulation – Patient Data

Potential role of electrostimulation in the augmentation of venous blood flow after total knee replacement: A pilot study

Author(s): Yilmaz S, Calbiyik M, Yilmaz B K, Aksoy E

AbstractFull Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Patient Data

Using the geko™ device to prevent venous thrombosis and oedema following Strayer release of the gastrocnemius

Author(s): Pillai A, Pavey N

Case Study

Increased Blood Circulation – Patient Data

Strayer Release Procedure Protocol

Author(s): Pillai A

Procedure Protocol

Increased Blood Circulation – Patient Data

Is there a role for geko™ Electro-Stimulation Device for reducing the risk of Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) in obstetrics?

Author(s): Verghese T S, Lafferty K, Fawzy M

Poster

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

Measurement of blood flow in the deep veins of the lower limb using the geko™ neuromuscular electro-stimulation device

Author(s): Nicolaides A, Griffin M

AbstractFull PaperPoster

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

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

Author(s): Tucker A T, Maass A, Bain D, Chen L H, Azzam M, Dawson H, Johnston A

AbstractFull Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

Electrical stimulation of motor nerves. An alternative approach for the enhancement of lower limb blood flow

Author(s): Tucker A T, Maass A, Bain D, Chen L H, Azzam M, Dawson H, Johnston A

Full Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

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

Author(s): Warwick D J, Shaikh A, Gadola S, Strokes M, Worsely P, Bain D, Tucker A T

AbstractFull Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

A comparative study investigating the effectiveness of neuromuscular electrostimulation versus intermittent pneumatic compression in enhancing lower limb blood flow in healthy subjects

Author(s): Jawad H, Bain D, Dawson H, Crawford K, Johnston A, Tucker A T

Full PaperPoster

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

Comparing the venous haemodynamic effect of a neuromuscular stimulation device to intermittent pneumatic

Author(s): Williams K, Moore H M, Ellis M, Davies A H

Abstract

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

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

Author(s): Zhang Q, Styf J, Ekström L, Holmesy A K

AbstractFull Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

Microcirculation in the foot is augmented by neuromuscular stimulation via the common peroneal nerve in different lower limb postures: a potential treatment for leg ulcers

Author(s): Warwick D J, Shaik A, Worsely P, Gadola S, Tucker A T, Gadola S D, Stokes M

AbstractFull Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

Common peroneal nerve stimulation reduces blood sludging in the popliteal vein standing and lying

Author(s): Lattimer C R, Azzam M, Papaconstandinou J A, Villasin M, Ash S, Kalodiki E

AbstractFull Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

The effect of calf neuromuscular electrical stimulation and intermittent pneumatic compression on thigh microcirculation

Author(s): Bahadori S, Immins T, Wainwright T W

Full Paper

Increased Blood Circulation – Healthy Subject Data

On Pulse™: A potential management for venous thromboembolism.

Author(s): Jawad H, Bain D, Dawson H, Adams K, Johnston A, Tucker A T

Poster