Key clinical point:
Major finding: One participant walked 3.56 m/min faster and another walked 5.68 m/min faster when sensory feedback was provided.
Study details: A proof-of-concept study with two patients.
Disclosures: Grants from the European Research Council, European Commission, and Swiss National Science Foundation funded the research. Three authors, including one who spoke at a press conference, hold shares of SensArs Neuroprosthetics, a start-up company dealing with the commercialization of neurocontrolled artificial limbs.
Petrini FM et al. Nat Med. 2019 Sep 9. doi: 10.1038/s41591-019-0567-3.
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