Inerventions has been awarded an EU grant within the framework of Horizon 2020 to conduct a multi-center study in close collaboration with the Karolinska Institute, Hvidovre Hospitale in Copenhagen and the Medical University of Vienna. The aim is to study Molliis effect in the areas of stroke, cerebral palsy and spinal cord injury. The project will start in October 2016 and is expected to last to the end of 2018.
It is extremely gratifying that we are now entering into a close cooperation with three of Europe’s premier teaching hospitals, all of which have shown great interest Mollii and our approach to treat people with different types of brain and spinal cord injury. Thanks to this project, the evidence for Mollii be strengthened in our main user groups, stroke, cerebral palsy and spinal cord injury. In addition, we get incredibly valuable skills that will eventually help us to develop a better and more effective product.
The project will be implemented together with, among others, Prof. Jörgen Borg at the Karolinska Institute, Prof. Christian Wong at Hvidovre Hospitale, Dr. Winfried Mayr at the Medical University of Vienna and København Bandagist Jan Nielsen A/S.
”I believe that the research project will be extremely interesting to examine the clinical effects of Mollii on children with cerebral palsy. We will examine the effects in regards to pain, ability for mobility and general quality of life.” Christian Wong, Hvodovre Hospitale
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