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Medtronic Reports the First Patient Implant in (TITAN 2) Study of Implantable Tibial Neuromodulation Device for Overactive Bladder

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Medtronic Reports the First Patient Implant in (TITAN 2) Study of Implantable Tibial Neuromodulation Device for Overactive Bladder

Medtronic Reports the First Patient Implant in (TITAN 2) Study of Implantable Tibial Neuromodulation Device for Overactive Bladder

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  • The first patient has been implanted in the (TITAN 2) study to evaluate the safety & efficacy of implantable TNM devices in 130 patients with OAB at ~30 sites in the US for 6mos. & patients will be followed for 24mos. The device helps to expand the patient's access to advanced therapy
  • An implantable TNM device can reduce the burden on patients through ongoing treatments without the need for additional clinic visits. The procedure is less invasive than sacral neuromodulation
  • The company plans for the regulatory submission to the US FDA for approval, following the completion of (TITAN 2) study. The company provides PTNM therapy through its NURO system & required patients visit in a clinic setting to receive therapy & return for repeat treatments

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