A medical device that can drastically reduce epileptic seizures?
On average about 65 million people globally have active epilepsy and additionally 1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy at some point during their lifetime. Some individuals will go through extreme cases of multiple seizures per hour of every day. With limited access to medical resources, prescription drugs can only do so much.
A recent study shows a breakthrough in medical device technology with a new type of medical devices that is implanted in the brain which helps control and monitors neurological brain activity which helps identify where in the brain specifically seizures are triggered.
What is this Device and how does it work?
The device is called “NuroPace,” which is a small FDA-approved medical device that is safely and surgically implanted in the skull which monitors brain activity and helps reduce the amount of seizures.
This device can be compared to a pacemaker, meaning that when this device detects seizure activity it admits tiny electrical pulses which stop seizures before they happen.
This Device requires a small battery that lasts about 8 years and is safely and quite easily replaced. According to physicians, this device not only allows them to help treat seizures but to also track activity and help determine where seizures occur in specific parts of the brain.
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