St. Jude Medical to use burst stimulation in chronic pain trial

12/4/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

St. Jude Medical said it is working toward testing its Prodigy neurostimulator, designed to treat chronic pain, on U.S. patients. The spinal cord stimulation device uses burst stimulation, sending pulses of electrical energy followed by quiet periods, which will be compared with commonly used tonic stimulation, which sends continuous electricity to the spine.

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