Amputation Pain Study At UAMS Enrolling Participants

Led at UAMS by Erika Petersen, M.D., a neurosurgeon and researcher, the study is part of a clinical trial being conducted at sites across the United States.

The study is testing the safety and effectiveness of an implanted device, Altius® High Frequency Nerve Block, that is designed to block nerve signals and reduce pain in an amputated limb. The investigational device sends a high-frequency electrical signal to targeted nerves to block the nerve transmission. It was developed by Neuros Medical Inc., in Cleveland, Ohio.    MORE

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