Pivotal data show NeuroPace RNS system reduces seizures in people with epilepsyNeuroPace, today announced that results from the pivotal trial of the RN system, a new device in the testing phase, the responsive neurostimulation neurostimulation shown utilizes, reduced significantly the frequency of seizures among men, form form of epilepsy that is difficult to to treat with medication, have to. The pivotal trial data, at at the American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting were presented included 191 people with medically intractable partial onset epilepsy enrolled at 31 sites in the United States.
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