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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 – 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

AbstractPaper

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

AbstractPaper

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

AbstractPaper

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

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

Oedema Reduction

The geko™ Neuromuscular Electrostimulation Device Reduces Pre-Operative Oedema and Accelerates Readiness to Theatre in Patients Requiring Open Reduction Internal Fixation for Ankle Fracture

Author(s): P Baker, Mahmood I, Chandler H, Anwar S, Eardley W, Rangan A

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Oedema Reduction

A feasibility randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a novel neuromuscular electro-stimulation device in preventing the formation of oedema following total hip replacement surgery

Author(s): Wainwright T W, Immins T, Middleton R G

PaperPoster

Oedema Reduction

The role of the geko™ device in the reduction of oedema post ankle sprain: A clinical audit

Author(s): Sheehy K, Rollit P, Wainwright T W

Paper

Oedema Reduction

The geko™ device: a novel treatment for the reduction of post-operative swelling following forefoot surgery

Author(s): Kocialkowski C, Pickford N, Bhosale A, Pillai A

AbstractPaper

Oedema Reduction

Using the geko™ device to prevent oedema and promote functional activity following hindfoot fusion

Author(s): McKinley J, Walker S, Wainwright T W

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Oedema Reduction

Using the geko™ device to prevent oedema following ankle replacement surgery

Author(s): McKinley J, Walker S, Wainwright T W

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Oedema Reduction

Case study series: Using the geko™ device to prevent oedema and promote functional activity following foot surgery

Author(s): Pillai A, Pavey N, Wainwright T W

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Oedema Reduction

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

Author(s): Ingves M V, Power A H

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Oedema Reduction

Using the geko™ device to increase blood flow and prevent oedema following lower limb reconstruction by the Ilizarov method

Author(s): Shalaby H, Walker S

Case Study

Oedema Reduction

The role of geko™, a portable electrical stimulation device, in the treatment of longstanding unilateral leg lymphedema

Author(s): Hill W, Ramage D

Case Study