Implantable Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS)?
Spinal cord electrical stimulation (SCS) is an interventional technique in which electrodes are implanted into the epidural space of the spinal canal and pulsed current is used to stimulate spinal nerves in specific sections, thereby effectively alleviating chronic refractory pain caused by different reasons.
SCS for chronic refractory pain has the advantages of less trauma, no damage to nerve tissue, and fewer complications. At the same time, it can continue to be adjusted after surgery to obtain the best pain control mode.
Implantable spinal cord stimulator (SCS) consists of a stimulator capable of emitting electrical pulses, electrodes connected to the stimulator, and a controller for external programming and charging.
SCS developed by Rishena Medical has been supported by China’s national key research and development plan projects, and adopts innovative technology, and its quality and performance have reached the international advanced level:
(1) Dual-mode communication;
(2) Wireless charging;
(3) Various electrode forms;
(4) Multiple stimulation parameter modes;
(5) Automatic position sensing;
(6) Remote control, patients can remotely accept doctors to adjust parameters.