New device treats diabetic neuropathy

02/8/2013 | American City Business Journals

SENSUS, a device developed by NeuroMetrix to alleviate diabetic neuropathy, produces an electric current that prevents nerve pain signals originating in the foot and lower leg from reaching the brain. Users wear the electronic stimulator on their upper calf and activate it by pressing a button. One Source Medical Group has been selected to market the device.

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