Unlocking Potential of Neuroprosthetics in Europe for Treatment of Brain Disorders

Neuroprosthetics – the medicine of the future

Neuroprosthesis involves the use of direct electric stimulation in order to ensure proper nervous system functioning. Neuroprosthetics are devices that supplement the input and output signals of the nervous system. This allows the person to perform physical activities as well as carry out normal functioning. Neuroprosthetics are used for a variety of purposes, including bladder and bowel control techniques, deep brain stimulation and the restoration of breathing and mobility to paralyzed people.

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The social and economic impact of brain disorders in Europe is significant. According to a WHO survey, 35% of Europe’s total disease burden is due to brain disorders. The burden of disease in Europe is growing due to the aging population. It requires attention as not all cases respond to medication.


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