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The COMMAND Study for People Living With Quadriparesis
Protocol: STUDY00007080
Full Title
Motor Neuroprosthesis to restore motor control for the COMMAND of digital devices: An early feasibility study (EFS) of safety in subjects with severe quadriparesis.
The University at Buffalo (UB) Department of Neurosurgery is conducting a study for people diagnosed with quadriparesis (or the experience of severe muscle weakness affecting the arms and legs). The goal of the study is to test the safety and effectiveness of a new device (the Synchron Motor NeuroProsthesis) for people living with quadriparesis.

Participants will be enrolled in the study for about 15 months. Following the surgery to implant the study device, they will take blood thinning medicine for at least 3 months. They will also complete follow-up visits with physical exams, lab tests, recording of brain signals, and survey questions.
Compensation: No
Adults 21 to 75 years old Have been diagnosed with quadriparesis Fluent in English
Age Group: Adults
Principal Investigator: ELAD LEVY
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