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Tyumen Doctors Carried Out Operations On Spinal Cord Neurostimulation
26.04.2013 20:09
Tyumen Doctors Carried Out Operations On Spinal Cord Neurostimulation
(Source: http://www.amansaulyk.kz/deyatelnost/health/speeches/928)

The doctors of the Federal Neurosurgery Center (FNC) in Tyumen carried out three rare operations on spinal cord neurostimulation, that eases the symptoms of stenocardia, ischemic heart disease and thoracalgia.


      

The neurostimulator is a chip with a microcircuit, which is programmed on several regimes, individually for each patient. A thin electrode of about 20 centimeters is implanted into the vertebral canal by a little-invasive method. Than the patients undergo the stimulation stage that lasts two days to make sure that the device is effective and only after that the doctors carry out the operation of neurostimulator implantation into abdominal wall or gluteal or infraclavicular region.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Tyumen Russian Science    

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