NESS H200 ( by Bioness Inc.) a neuroprosthetic device used to improve hand function and voluntary movement in patients with upper extremity hemiparesis or paralysis due to stroke, spinal cord injury or brain injury. It consists of 5 surface electrodes within the device used to stimulate and activate the muscles of the hand. The device is used to assist patients with grasping and releasing objects and for activities of daily living (ADLs).
NESS L300 ( by Bioness Inc.) a neuroprosthetic device used to prevent foot drop during gait for patients with hemiparesis due to stroke, incomplete spinal cord injury or brain injury. It consists of a small wireless gait sensor, a leg cuff and a hand-held control unit. The leg cuff sits just below the knee and contains a stimulation unit and electrodes. When the heel comes off the ground, wireless signals from the gait sensor are sent to the stimulation unit in the leg cuff which stimulates the muscles to contract and lift the patient's foot while walking.