“Norwegian healthtech company, Otivio has announced that it has extended an exploratory clinical trial with Neuro-SysMed to confirm the potential of its non-invasive FlowOx medical device to alleviate multiple sclerosis symptoms.”
After Otivio came across a significant discovery for a potential new application for their device FlowOxTM 2.0, they have decided to extend their exploratory clinical trial to analyze and understand the functionality of the device for patients with Multiple Sclerosis (pwMS).
First multi-centre randomized controlled trial using FlowOx™, published in Journal of Vascular Surgery, shows improved walking capacity for patients with intermittent claudication, also known as “windows shopper’s disease”.
The doctors were about to amputate the leg of Grethe Valskaar Hetland. Then she got hold of the FlowOx boots. The FlowOx™ boot looks almost like a transparent ski-boot, or an oversized snow shoe from the 1980s.
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