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What is intravesical electrical stimulation?

Intravesical electrical stimulation refers to a treatment method of transurethral direct electrical stimulation in the bladder cavity. Katona and berenji first introduced intravesical stimulation technology in Hungary in 1956. Madesbacher et al confirmed their experience in 1982. This is the first attempt to promote bladder rehabilitation through intravesical pathway. The initial purpose of intravesical stimulation …

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Is transcranial magnetic stimulation effective?

Transcranial magnetic stimulation instrument is an effective treatment technology and a non-invasive green treatment method. It has no radiation, no radiation and no pain. Magnetic signals can act directly on the brain nerves through the skull, and stimulate the peripheral nerves and muscles. It is mainly used to treat mental diseases, such as depression and …

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What are the effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation?

Neuromuscular electrical stimulation is a technology that uses 20-50hz low-frequency current to stimulate specific muscle groups through electrodes to make them twitch or contract, and then achieve “functional” repair. It is often used for strength training of disused muscles caused by long-term inactivity, surgery or injury, so as to maintain muscle quality, maintain and increase …

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What are the indications of electrical stimulation therapy?

Electrical stimulation is a method of stimulating nerves or muscles with low-frequency or medium-frequency pulses to promote functional recovery. Its main indications are: sequelae of stroke, hemiplegia, cerebral palsy in children, uterine contraction weakness, multiple sclerosis paralysis, spastic paralysis caused by brain trauma and spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, shoulder dislocation, habitual constipation, neurogenic bladder, …

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What is the effect of electrical stimulation after spinal cord injury?

Two months ago, a 23-year-old patient with spinal cord injury was admitted to functional neurosurgery. We asked the medical history in detail. The patient accidentally fell from the second floor when repairing the house at home three years ago. At that time, the muscle strength of both lower legs completely disappeared, could not move, and …

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What’s going on with spinal cord electrical stimulation?

Spinal cord electrical stimulation is actually an ancient topic. Such an operation was tried many years ago. In today’s neurosurgery, such an operation or stimulation is mainly used to treat some rare and refractory diseases. For example, stubborn pain, such as patients suffering from pancreatic cancer, abdominal pain at the later stage is difficult to …

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What is sacral nerve electrical stimulation?

Sacral nerve electrical stimulation is a new minimally invasive treatment, which is known as the innovation of traditional treatment. It is especially suitable for patients with various diseases, such as urgency urinary incontinence, frequent urination syndrome, non obstructive chronic urinary retention * and so on. It has been carried out in China for only 2 …

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What is spinal cord electrical stimulation?

Spinal cord electrical stimulation is mainly used to treat intractable pain, such as postoperative pain syndrome, phantom limb pain, central pain and so on. The principle is to insert the electrode plate into the root of epidural nerve through a special catheter. After discharge, the therapeutic effect can be evaluated according to the patient’s test …

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