Lumbar Spinal Cord Stimulation Wire Electrode Implantation neurosurgical multimedia

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Lumbar Spinal Cord Stimulation Wire Electrode Implantation neurosurgical multimedia. The conventional batteries in an implantable generators last two to five years, whereas the rechargeable batteries last five to ten plus years. However the rechargeable batteries take twenty minutes to two hours to recharge. Both batteries eventually need to be replaced by a minor surgical procedure. The conventional generators are best for simple pain patterns and low to moderate pain levels as they are less programmable and they produce lower power output. They can be turned on with an external magnet or hand-held programmer. More complex pain patterns requiring higher power output ideally would have a rechargeable impulse generator.
The radio-frequency transmitter-receiver systems have the power and control systems outside the body. The transmitter is worn on a waist belt, and its antenna is taped to the skin. Lumbar Spinal Cord Stimulation Wire Electrode Implantation neurosurgical multimedia.

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