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Transcutaneous neurostimulator
for vagus nerve stimulation

transcutaneous neurostimulator
transcutaneous neurostimulator
transcutaneous neurostimulator
transcutaneous neurostimulator
transcutaneous neurostimulator
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Type of neurostimulator
transcutaneous
Type of neurostimulation
for vagus nerve stimulation

Description

Transcutaneous auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation The only integrated device and accessories for clinical research on taVNS About transcutaneous auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation Recently, a noninvasive form of VNS known as transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation (taVNS) has emerged (George 2000). Unlike surgically-implanted VNS, taVNS is an inexpensive, low-risk, easy to administer, and portable option to modulate the vagus system. taVNS is appealing as it allows for rapid translation of basic VNS research in exploring potential treatments of central and peripheral disease. Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) involves surgical implantation of electrodes onto the cervical branch of the vagus nerve. Electrical pulses are delivered to the vagus nerve via an implanted pulse generator (IPG) surgically implanted in the chest. VNS is currently FDA-approved for epilepsy, refractory depression, and chronic obesity and long-term safety of VNS is well established.
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