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Stimulators, Electrical, Vagus Nerve, Analgesic, Transcultantaneous

Definition : Peripheral-nerve electrical stimulators designed to apply transcutaneous stimuli to the Vagus nerve with appropriate characteristics (e.g., intensity, frequency, pulse shape) to obtain analgesic results. These stimulators typically consist of a handheld electrical applicator that includes a battery-operated electrical generator, electrodes to deliver the electrical stimuli, and a control for the stimulus intensity. The applicator is usually self-placed by the patient on the right side of the neck close to the Vagus nerve to administer the stimuli typically several times each day. Analgesic Vagus nerve stimulators are intended for treatment of migraine and cluster headaches.

UMDC code : 34356

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