Learners will improve their understanding of clinical based evidence in the management of patients with spinal cord stimulation. This session covers patient selection, perioperative management, complications, and other clinical strategies to improve safety and outcomes of patients receiving spinal cord stimulation.
10:30 Best Practices in SCS: B. Todd Sitzman, MD, MPH 11:10 Clinical Evidence of SCS for Failed Back Surgery: Leonardo Kapural, MD, PhD 11:50 Recovery Programming: Avinash Ramchandani, MD, MBA
As a result of completing this course, learners will be able / better able to:
Summarize published, evidence-based guidelines on SCS patient selection, indications, perioperative management, and risk mitigation strategies.
Implement perioperative safeguards and strategies necessary to assure optimal patient safety and outcomes.
Avoid unnecessary procedures on patients when stimulation can be salvaged using programming options.
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Guentchev, Marin, et al. Long-Term Reduction of Sacroiliac Joint Pain With Peripheral Nerve Stimulation. Operative Neurosurgery (2017).
Deer, Timothy R., et al. “A prospective study of dorsal root ganglion stimulation for the relief of chronic pain.” Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface 1 (2013): 67-72.
Provenzano DA, Deer T, Phelps AL, et al. An International Survey to Understand Infection Control Practices for Spinal Cord Stimulation. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface. 2015;19(1):71-84. doi:10.1111/