Nerve-block device eases pain for amputees in pilot study

06/5/2013 | Crain's Cleveland Business

Neuros Medical said its Electrical Nerve Block system, which transmits electrical pulses to help reduce pain in patients who have lost a limb, showed positive results in a pilot clinical study. The company said the device significantly reduced pain in 7 out of 9 trial participants within 12 months and more than 50% stopped using narcotic pain drugs during the trial.

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