Medtronic gets clearance for palsy treatment:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medtronic has received FDA permission to market its SynchroMed implantable infusion pump for cerebral spasticity. The pump, which is inserted under the skin of the abdomen, has an 18 ml reservoir, which in this case is filled with enough baclofen for about three months therapy.
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