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Case Studies

 

The Innovation Case Studies section provides a comprehensive list of exemplar innovation projects from across the NHS. These innovations have been carefully selected to represent a range of ideas from medical technologies through to service and pathway re design. Each case study provides a background to the innovation and a contact for further information.

 Click on the Case Study Browse area on the right to find examples by clinical area.

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Tom's Club: support group for dementia carers and patients

Soccer star leaves valuable legacy to dementia sufferers and their carers. It's easy to forget sometimes that there are two sides to dementia. There's the person being cared...

Video games for rehabilitation

Warning: Video Games are Good for Your Health! Video games have not always had the best of reputations, especially among parents whose sofa-bound teenagers spend hour after hour staring at...

Kneehab XP – Accelerated Knee Recovery

Kneehab XP is a clinically proven, garment based, neuromuscular electrical stimulation device that delivers advanced quadriceps rehabilitation. Kneehab XP incorporates...

Neuromuscular Electronic Stimulation Device

The Neurocare™ 1000/4P (Neuromuscular Stimulation Device– NMES) is an FDA and CE registered portable NMES of unique electronic configuration. This new device and its...

Prostheses - C-Leg

Microprocessor knees are prosthetics for above-the-kneeamputees that use microprocessor-controlled hydraulics to replicate the actions of a human knee adapting to an individuals gait. ...

Cancer Rehabilitation for upper Gastro-intestinal (GI) patients from Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital

The benefit of exercise and physical activity for chronic diseases is well known and in recent years has attracted interest in the field of oncology. Support and guidance is...

Development of Vocational Rehabilitation Service for Stroke Patients

The development of a formal vocational rehabilitation service was designed to identify the precise number of individuals who need support in maintaining or achieving their vocational...

Barefoot Science insole Technology

Musculoskeletal conditions can encompass as many as 200 disorders affecting joints, bones, muscles, and soft tissues, with the prevalence of these conditions rising with age. ...

PSA Tracker

As the most prevelant form of cancer among men, there has been increased demand for Prostate Cancer treatment and follow up care. Royal Devon & Exeter Trust have developed the PSA tracker...

Neurocare

The Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Device allows painless and comfortable treatment allowing patients to comply with the length of treatment required to achieve recovery. ...