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Medtronic Reports Three Months Results of DTM Spinal Cord Stimulation Endurance Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

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Medtronic Reports Three Months Results of DTM Spinal Cord Stimulation Endurance Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

Medtronic Reports Three Months Results of DTM Spinal Cord Stimulation Endurance Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

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  • The company reported the results from an on-label study of DTM spinal cord stimulation endurance therapy in patients with chronic pain. Patients will have additional follow-up assessments after 6 & 12mos.
  • The therapy showed an improvement in pain relief as measured by reduction in overall pain on VAS along with a reduction in back & leg pain, 69% of patients improved to a less disabled category as measured by the ODI, 63% showed minimal or moderate disability compared to 16% at baseline @3mos., 75% of patients were satisfied
  • The therapy provides additional QoL & functional benefits & allows long-lasting recharge-free performance on Vanta and 5 min. recharge on Intellis neurostimulators

Ref: Medtronic | Image: Medtronic

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