Standing, Stepping and Voluntary Movement with spinal cord Epidural Stimulation for Spinal Cord Injury
This trial will study the effects of electrical stimulation on the spinal cord in people with paralysis, in hopes of restoring some function.
3 Primary · 15 Secondary · Reporting Duration: Baseline, 160 sessions (1 year)
1 Treatment Group
Stand, Step and Voluntary Training
1 of 1
16 Total Participants · 1 Treatment Group
Primary Treatment: Standing, Stepping and Voluntary Movement with spinal cord Epidural Stimulation · No Placebo Group · N/A
Who is running the clinical trial?
Age 18+ · All Participants · 5 Total Inclusion CriteriaMark “Yes” if the following statements are true for you:
Who else is applying?
What state do they live in?
How old are they?
|18 - 65||100.0%|
What site did they apply to?
|University of Louisville||100.0%|
What portion of applicants met pre-screening criteria?
|Did not meet criteria||33.3%|
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there available vacancies for candidates to join this clinical trial?
"According to the latest information on clinicaltrials.gov, this specific medical trial is no longer recruiting patients. Initially posted in November 2020 and last edited a few weeks ago, 353 other studies are presently searching for participants instead." - Anonymous Online Contributor
What are the projected results of this experiment?
"This monitored clinical trial has the primary aim of observing the alteration in lower extremity autonomy during a 10 minute standing session after 160 sessions (1 year). Additionally, secondary objectives include tracking changes in maximum expiratory pressure (MEP) via Respiratory Motor Control Assessment (RMCA), bowel sensation evaluated with anorectal manometry measured in mL, and forced vital capacity (FVC) assessed by means of Respiratory Motor Control Analysis." - Anonymous Online Contributor