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Sleep disturbance changes in women after treatment of refractory overactive bladder with sacral neuromodulation

Sanderson , Gevelinger M, Jaworski E, Doyle PJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to evaluate changes in sleep disturbance following treatment of overactive bladder with sacral neuromodulation. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This is a sub-analysis of data collected...
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Detecting Bladder Biomarkers for Closed-Loop Neuromodulation: A Technological Review

Park E, Lee JW, Kang M, Cho K, Cho BH, Lee KS

Neuromodulation was introduced for patients with poor outcomes from the existing traditional treatment approaches. It is well-established as an alternative, novel treatment option for voiding dysfunction. The current system of...
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Ultrasound-guided placement of a permanent peripheral nerve stimulator in a patient with complex regional pain syndrome: A case report

Chung W, Kim Y, Lee J, Lee S, Kim Y, Shin Y, Lee W, Ko Y

A 56-year-old man complained of continuous pain in the right foot that began 6 months after undergoing surgery on the right calcaneus bone. The patient was diagnosed with complex regional...
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Caudal Neuromodulation with the Transforaminal Sacral Electrode (InterStim(R)): Experience in a Pain Center Regarding 12 Implants

Alonso Guardo L, Cano Gala , Sanchez Poveda D, Rueda Juan P, Sanchez Montero FJ, Garzon Sanchez JC, Santos Lamas JI, Sanchez Hernandez MV

BACKGROUND: Sacral nerve stimulation is a therapeutic option with demonstrated efficacy for conditions presenting with perineal pain caused by different etiologies. We aimed to assess whether a sacral electrode (InterStim(R),...
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An Implantable Device for Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation Therapy

Kim SW

Among current treatment options for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) including surgeries and oral appliances, positive airway pressure (PAP) is accepted as a standard modality, particularly for moderate to severe OSA...
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