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🦾 Swedish inventors build a suit that reduces spasms

🦾 Swedish inventors build a suit that reduces spasms

Mollii is the name of the invention that helps people affected by, among other things, Parkinson's or stroke to move better. The suit works by stimulating the body with electrical signals.

Magnus Aschan
Magnus Aschan

The Swedish invention Exopulse Mollii Suit is an aid for people with spasticity and other forms of motor impairment that can be due to cerebral palsy, stroke, brain damage, spinal cord injury or other neurological injuries. It can also be used to relieve chronic pain.

Mollii Suit is used by a person with Parkinson's disease. Source: Exopulse

Mollii is a so-called functional garment. It consists of a pair of trousers, a jacket and a detachable control unit that sends electrical signals to the user via electrodes on the inside of the garment.

The suit has 58 electrodes that can be combined in different ways and a control unit that is individually programmed for each user. The computer program, which is used to program the suit, can adjust the active electrodes, the intensity and which muscles are to be activated with current, and according to the manufacturer it should be easy to use the device at home.

Mollii is available in 26 different sizes, from children to adults. Source: Exopulse