Neurostimulators and drug pumps are implantable devices that interrupt pain signals so they don’t reach your brain.
Neurostimulators and drug pumps are surgically implanted devices that interrupt pain signals before they reach the brain. Neurostimulators work by sending mild electrical impulses to the epidural space near the spine. These impulses replace pain with a tingling sensation.
Drug pumps (also called "intrathecal drug delivery systems") deliver pain medication directly to the fluid around the spinal cord, providing pain relief with a small fraction of the medication that would be needed if taken orally.
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All treatment and outcome results are specific to the individual patient, and will form part of your consultation with your healthcare professional.
Please consult your healthcare professional for a full list of benefits, indications, precautions, clinical results, and other important medical information that pertains to neurostimulators and drug pumps.
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