Medtronic device is used to research deep-brain stimulation

  • Article by: James Walsh , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 5, 2013 - 9:22 PM

The new technology may allow doctors to better treat Parkinson’s disease.

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caseloranceApr. 2, 1410:47 PM

Truly fascinating, I hope to be doing that with you one day. Perhaps a different area of the brain, or a different implant. I am just amazed that I learned about DBS last semester, I'm not trying to become a medical device sales to use this type of device and it even records the data to be analyzed. Next is using an fMRI to sense the difference with having it on or off. What an amazing area of research, we can unleash so many secrets of the brain while helping people. No longer a conflict of interest, but an obligation. Best of luck to you, and I hope to see you soon.

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