Charging With the Stretchable Belt
Charging With the Adhesive Carrier
of patients found
recharging easy to do1
of patients felt the time it
takes to recharge is acceptable1
Constant current can overcome impedance changes, such as scar tissue formation around the implanted lead, to continue to provide consistent stimulation over time. Delivering constant current stimulation, the Axonics System helps patients maintain stimulation in the optimum therapeutic range.3
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1. McCrery R, Lane F, Benson K, Taylor C, Padron O, Blok B, Wachter S, Pezzella A, Gruenenfelder J, Pakzad M, Perrouin-Verbe MA, Le Normand L, Van Kerrebroeck P, Mangel J, Peters K, Kennelly M, Shapiro A, Lee U, Comiter C, Mueller M, Goldman HB. Treatment of urinary urgency incontinence using a rechargeable SNM system: 6-month results of the ARTISAN-SNM study. J Urol. E-publication ahead of print July 26, 2019.
2. Blok B, Van Kerrebroeck P, de Wachter S, Ruffion A, Van der Aa F, Jairam R, Perrouin-Verbe MA, Elneil S. A prospective, multicenter study of a novel, miniaturized rechargeable sacral neuromodulation system: 12-month results from the RELAX-OAB study. Neurourol Urodyn. 2019 Feb;38(2):689-695.
3. Lettieri C, Rinaldo S, Devigili G, Pisa F, Mucchiut M, Belgrado E, Mondani M, D'Auria S, Ius T, Skrap M, Eleopra R. Clinical outcome of deep brain stimulation for dystonia: constant-current or constant-voltage stimulation? A non-randomized study. Eur J Neurol. 2015 Jun;22(6):919-26.