An innovative medical device combined with medication could tame epileptic seizures
The Neuropace RNS system was recently approved by the FDA. The device, compared to a pacemaker for the brain, is implanted in the skull and reads brainwaves, stopping the tiny electrical pulses that cause seizures. A nine-year study found that it’s safe over time, reduces seizures and improves patient quality of life.
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