NeuroPace’s RNS For Epilepsy Becomes First FDA-Approved Responsive Neurostimulator
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
While standard neurostimulators are open-loop systems that stimulate continuously or intermittently according to preprogramming, RNS is a more targeted, closed-loop system that monitors brain activity in real time and provides electrical stimulation to interrupt troubling patterns that might cause a seizure.
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