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We are a worldwide leader in neuromodulation and cardiovascular solutions dedicated to creating products and therapies that transform lives each and every day. You have been given VNS Therapy because you have drug-resistant epilepsy VNS Therapy is beneficial to people whose medications aren't fully effective or have stopped working, or people whose medications have side effects that affect their daily lives. What does the VNS Therapy Magnet do? Use of the magnet is not necessary to receive VNS Therapy. The magnet is an added benefit of VNS Therapy that serves various functions that could include the following: - Starting an extra dose of stimulation to stop or shorten a seizure - Decrease the intensity of a seizure - Shorten the recovery period following a seizure The magnet can be used for stopping stimulation to temporarily control side-effects during certain activities such as public speaking. To temporarily stop stimulation, hold the magnet in place for at least five seconds Once the magnet is removed, normal mode operation will resume. Sometimes the magnet is used to test or reset your VNS Therapy generator by your healthcare professional. How to use the VNS Therapy Magnet Two identical magnets are provided along with a wristband and a clip When worn with the wristband, the magnet should be on the inside of your wrist. When you feel a seizure is about to start, or during a seizure, you, or a caregiver, can place the magnet over the chest area where the generator is implanted. Pass the magnet over the generator for 1-2 seconds, and then immediately remove the magnet from the area of the generator activate an additional dose of stimulation. This stimulation is delivered after the magnet is removed. The magnet can be used more than once during a seizure Using it more than once will not harm the patient or the generator When using your magnet to temporarily stop stimulation, hold the magnet over the generator for more than three seconds. If you have an AspireSR implanted, or greater than 65 seconds if you have an older model, such as Pulse. Tips on handling the VNS Therapy Magnet - It is important to keep your magnet with you at all times - The magnet should be kept at least 25cm away from credit cards, televisions, computers, microwave ovens, or other magnets. - Do not drop the magnet; it can break if it falls on a hard surface. - The Patient Magnet is the only magnet that should be used to either start or stop stimulation. - It is safe to take your magnet through airport security. - All magnets may lose their effectiveness over time. Contact your physician for information on how to get additional magnets. For more information, please visit vnstherapy.com or contact your doctor. THIS VIDEO IS INTENDED FOR AUDIENCES IN THE OUS (NON-USA) REGION. The VNS Therapy System is indicated for use as an adjunctive therapy in reducing the frequency of seizures in patients whose epileptic disorder is dominated by partial seizures (with or without secondary generalization) or generalized seizures that are refractory to seizure medications. The most common side effects with VNS Therapy are hoarseness, shortness of breath, sore throat and coughing. These side effects generally only occur during stimulation and usually decrease over time. The most common side effect of the surgical procedure is infection. For important safety information, visit 🤍vnstherapy.co.uk/safety-information
Learn how VNS Therapy works and how it can help people with epilepsy manage their seizures better. THIS VIDEO IS INTENDED FOR AUDIENCES IN THE UNITED STATES ONLY. The VNS Therapy System is indicated for use as an adjunctive therapy in reducing the frequency of seizures in patients 4 years of age and older with partial onset seizures that are refractory to seizure medications. The most common side effects with VNS Therapy are hoarseness, shortness of breath, sore throat and coughing. These side effects generally only occur during stimulation and usually decrease over time. The most common side effect of the surgical procedure is infection. For important safety information, visit 🤍vnstherapy.com/safety-information
Watch the Full Video at 🤍 Vagus Nerve Stimulation As an Adjunctive Neurostimulation Tool in Treatment-resistant Depression - a 2 minute Preview of the Experimental Protocol Sebastian Moeller, Caroline Lücke, Christian Heinen, Bettina H. Bewernick, Merve Aydin, Alexandra P. Lam, Teja W. Grömer, Alexandra Philipsen, Helge H.O. Müller Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Universitätsklinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie; Universitätsklinikum Bonn AöR, Klinik und Poliklinik für Psychiatrie,; Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Universitätsklinik für Neurochirurgie am Evangelischen Krankenhaus Oldenburg; Universitätsklinikum Bonn, Klinik für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen und Gerontopsychiatrie, Abteilung für medizinische Psychologie, Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie; Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Psychiatrische und Psychotherapeutische Klinik; Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) has been shown to be effective as an adjunct treatment for treatment-resistant depression (TRD). VNS leads to antidepressive and antisuicidal effects and quality of life improvements. This protocol offers a step-by-step guide to managing and adjusting a vagus nerve stimulator for efficient treatment of TRD. Visit 🤍?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social_global&utm_campaign=reseach-videos-2022 to explore our entire library of 14,000+ videos of laboratory methods and science concepts. JoVE is the world-leading producer and provider of science videos with the mission to improve scientific research and education. Millions of scientists, educators, and students at 1500+ institutions worldwide, including schools like Harvard, MIT and Stanford benefit from using JoVE's extensive library of 14,000+ videos in their research,education and teaching. Subscribe to our channel: 🤍
How does VNS Therapy work vs. how the RNS System works to stop seizures? "The VNS, when we observed a seizure, we needed to swipe the magnet to send the stimulation to stop the seizure. With the RNS device, that's actually a computer that's trainable. It can recognize the onset of Paul's seizures and automatically send that stimulation. It's a completely different concept and the RNS is a much better system for Paul." - Susan (mother of Paul, who has the RNS and VNS). ► Learn more about the differences between RNS and VNS for epilepsy: 🤍 Only the RNS System records your seizure activity so your doctor can personalize your epilepsy treatment. ► About the NeuroPace RNS System: 🤍 ► See important safety information at 🤍 - SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more epilepsy and NeuroPace updates: ► 🤍 Connect with NeuroPace: ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Website: 🤍
A vagus nerve stimulator can help to greatly reduce the amount and severity of seizures for those diagnosed with drug-resistant epilepsy. The device is implanted under a patient’s skin. It is attached to the vagus nerve and gives small pulses to control seizure activity. Our expert explains what you can expect if VNS therapy is recommended for you or a loved one. To schedule an appointment with one of our pediatric physicians, visit 🤍
Learn more about epilepsy treatment with Inova Epilepsy Center: 🤍 or call us at 703-776-1500. Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) is a minimally invasive procedure in which a small battery is implanted in the chest to treat epilepsy, so a person can be seizure free. It sends electrical pulses to the vagal nerve in the neck to block faulty brain messages that cause seizures caused by epilepsy. Dr. Mohankumar Kurukumbi, Medical Director of Epilepsy Services at Inova Fairfax Hospital explains how VNS treats epilepsy. Dr. James Leiphart, Director of Epilepsy Surgery and Co-Director of Epilepsy Services explains that VNS has fewer risks than treatment that involves brain surgery. Like Inova on Facebook: 🤍 Follow 🤍InovaHealth on Twitter: 🤍 Follow 🤍InovaHealth on Instagram: 🤍
As VNS Health, we’re putting our mission in our name. By bringing all of our care and services together, we’re making them easy to access and easy to understand. This video explains why we changed our name and what it means for the people we serve.
Vagus Nerve Stimulator (VNS) Implantation surgery for treating epilepsy,
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Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) results in the activation of specific neural networks that promote neuroplasticity. Jesse Dawson, MD, Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Science, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, details the randomized, triple-blind, VNS-REHAB study (NCT03131960), where the brief administration of VNS during a training task was hypothesized to make the brain more receptive to that training stimulus. A total of 108 participants were split into two groups—rehabilitation paired with active VNS or rehabilitation paired with sham stimulation. All patients received six weeks of intensive in-clinic rehabilitation, followed by a 90-day exercise program. A clinically relevant improvement in impairment, measured by the Fugl-Meyer Assessment-Upper Extremity (FMA-UE) score, was seen in approximately half of the patients in the VNS group, compared to only 24% of patients in the control group. However, Prof. Dawson argues that it is important to effectively identify patients who are more likely to benefit from VNS therapy, since the trial revealed 50% of patients in the VNS group did not respond to the treatment and 25% of patients in the control group did respond with rehabilitation alone. This interview took place at the European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC), 2021.
"When I had the Vagus Nerve Stimulator put in, each time it goes off, you feel it. With the RNS System, you don't feel anything. And I've had each of them for 10 years. The responsive neurostimulator (RNS), has reduced my seizures by 77%" - Kimball (has the RNS and VNS) ► Learn more about the differences between RNS and VNS for epilepsy: 🤍 Only the RNS System stops seizures at their source. ► About the NeuroPace RNS System: 🤍 ► See important safety information at 🤍 - SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more epilepsy and NeuroPace updates: ► 🤍 Connect with NeuroPace: ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Website: 🤍
Watch this video to learn more about VNS Therapy as a treatment option designed for people with drug-resistant epilepsy. THIS VIDEO IS INTENDED FOR AUDIENCES IN THE UNITED STATES ONLY. The VNS Therapy System is indicated for use as an adjunctive therapy in reducing the frequency of seizures in patients 4 years of age and older with partial onset seizures that are refractory to seizure medications. The most common side effects with VNS Therapy are hoarseness, shortness of breath, sore throat and coughing. These side effects generally only occur during stimulation and usually decrease over time. The most common side effect of the surgical procedure is infection. For important safety information, visit 🤍vnstherapy.com/safety-information
VNS Therapy ist eine bewährte Behandlung für Menschen, die mit schwer zu behandelnden epileptischen Anfällen leben oder bei denen eine medikamentenresistente Epilepsie (DRE) festgestellt wurde. [Introduction to VNS Therapy - WBVIntro16E1DE]
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Hear from patients using VNS Therapy why they chose this epilepsy treatment and how it has affected their lives.
Descubra como o tratamento da VNS Therapy pode ajudar a melhorar a saúde e o bem-estar de crianças que sofrem de epilepsia e a reduzir a frequência, a gravidade e o tempo de recuperação associado às crises.
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#MountSinaiLive: In honor of Stroke Awareness Month, Dr. Christopher Kellner and Dr. Fedor Panov join us to talk about a new treatment available for stroke patients: Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS). Dr. Kellner and Dr. Panov weigh in on the procedures and effectiveness of VNS. Christopher Kellner, MD, is an Assistant Professor in Neurosurgery specializing in the endovascular and minimally invasive treatment of different forms of stroke, aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, dural arteriovenous fistulas, cavernous malformations, and other vascular problems of the brain and spine. He is Director of the Intracerebral Hemorrhage Program and Principal Investigator of the Cerebrovascular Translational Laboratory and serves as Associate Director of the Neurosurgery Residency Program. A board-certified neurosurgeon, Fedor E. Panov, MD, serves as Director of the Adult Epilepsy Surgery Program at Mount Sinai Health System and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery. Dr. Panov practices general brain and general spine surgery, adult epilepsy surgery, and neuromodulation surgery and is based at Mount Sinai West, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, Mount Sinai Beth Israel, The Mount Sinai Hospital, and Mount Sinai Doctors Faculty Practice in Manhattan, New York. Request an appointment with Dr. Christopher Kellner: 🤍 Request an appointment with Dr. Fedor Panov: 🤍
Katya's mother explains what it's like for Katya living with epilepsy, trying to control her seizures and how she benefited from VNS Therapy. Katya has a neurological migration disorder called Lissencephaly which means she has a 'smooth brain'. As a result, Katya has a very complex seizure disorder. Katya has tried 8 different medications, but the biggest thing that has worked for Katya was the use of the vagal nerve stimulator (VNS Therapy). Within 24 hours of having the device fitted, Katya went from having seizures on a daily basis to once a week. Katya's alertness and stimulation was greatly improved.
🤍 Saint George Hospital University Center and Promedz conducted today the first surgery of its kind in Lebanon with the implant of the latest technology ASPPIRE SR Model 106 by Cyberonics, Inc. Houston, Texas on a 17 years old patient in the presence of the Minister of Public Health Ghassan Hasbani, the Medical Director of Saint George Hospital Dr. Imad Hajj, surgery conducted by Dr. Paul Hajj, Neurosurgeon at Saint George Hospital and Dr. Ghassan Hmeimess, Pediatric Neurologist at SGHUMC. Surgery succeeded. This device detects seizures based on changes in heart rate and provides automatic stimulation to stop or shorten a seizure and improve postictal recovery - VNS Therapy
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Hello lovely’s! I hope you are having a great weekend, and I hope you enjoy this video. If you have anymore questions that I did not answer about the VNS, please leave them in the comments below:) thanks, love you lots✨ xoxo
In diesem Video erklären wir Ihnen die Bedienung der VNS Analyse mit der Zusatzfunktion "Langzeit" sowie deren Nutzen für die Praxis.
Feel comfortable stimulating myself, and letting others. #VNS #IMPLANR #epilepsy #mayoclinic #medicine #future #sunshine
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"I think our world literally revolves around making sure they're okay." From navigating a loved one's epilepsy to their first reactions to VNS Therapy, follow our Caregiver Roundtable series to hear their stories. Come back next Friday, March 10, 2023 for segment 3! THIS VIDEO IS INTENDED FOR AUDIENCES IN THE UNITED STATES ONLY. The VNS Therapy System is indicated for use as an adjunctive therapy in reducing the frequency of seizures in patients 4 years of age and older with partial onset seizures that are refractory to seizure medications. The most common side effects with VNS Therapy are hoarseness, shortness of breath, sore throat and coughing. These side effects generally only occur during stimulation and usually decrease over time. The most common side effect of the surgical procedure is infection. For important safety information, visit 🤍vnstherapy.com/safety
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How the device is turned on, and how I feel when it goes on. Showing what it is like when I swipe the magnet.
#willandsaned #seizure #surgery #vnstherapy We hope you guys enjoyed our video. Don't forget to like and subscribe. Part two will be coming soon. Make sure to stay safe and wash your hands. Thanks for watching!!