Clinical studies

    Published and ongoing studies


    Several clinical studies on the EXOPULSE Mollii Suit have been completed or are currently ongoing. They are led by renown doctors at universities and hospitals such as Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, Hvidovre Hospital in Denmark, Hospital Henry Mondor in France and LAU in Lebanon. In total, they include hundreds of patients diagnosed with chronic pain, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis or stroke. The results have shown improvements on muscle relaxation, spasticity, sleep, pain relief, as well as on physical abilities such as range of motion, balance, hand-arm functions, walking and mobility. Read about the published studies below.
    Summary

    Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

    Feasibility and potential effects of using the electro-dress Mollii on spasticity and functioning in chronic stroke


    S Palmcrantz, G V Pennati, H Bergling, J Borg
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    Falu Hospital, Sweden

    The effects of using an electrodress (Mollii) to reduce spasticity and enhance functioning in children with cerebral palsy: a pilot study


    H Hedin, C Wong, A Sjödén
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    LAU Medical Center Rizk Hospital, Lebanon and Métier Medical Limited, Australia

    Pain reducing properties of the Mollii suit on adults with chronic pain syndromes


    N Riachi, G Khazen, R Ahdab, S Jörgen


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    Hvidovre Hospital, Denmark

    The Mollii-suit - A novel method using reciprocal inhibition on children with cerebral palsy, GFMCS IV-V. A 6-months prospective study


    T P Torabi, K Mortensen, J Michelsen, C Wong
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    Lithuanian University, Lithuania

    Effects of the Inerventions method on gross motor function in children with spastic cerebral palsy


    I Bakaniene, G Urbonaviciene, K Janaviciute, A Prasauskiene
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    Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

    A pilot study of the impact of the electro suit Mollii on body functions, activity and participation in children with Cerebral Palsy


    C Flodström, S-A Wiklund Axelsson, B Nordström
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    Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

    A pilot study of children and parents experiences of the use of a new assistive device, the electro suit Mollii


    B Nordström, M Prellwitz
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    The Eurostars project


    Inerventions has been awarded an EU grant within the framework of Horizon 2020 to conduct a multi-center study in close collaboration with Karolinska Institutet, Hvidovre Hospital in Copenhagen and the Medical University of Vienna. The aim is to evaluate the effect of the Mollii suit for stroke and cerebral palsy.
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