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29th Napa Pain Conference Posters

Minimally invasive and easy Removal of an Injectrode in a hydrogel model and in a chronic preclinical model


There are a multitude of reasons for which neuromodulation devices must occasionally be removed or explanted from a patient. Unfortunately, this process often leads to fractured leads and/or fragments of leads left in the patient, due to limiting design features of current technologies. Here we demonstrate a reliable procedure by which an injectable helical wire structure electrode (Injectrode) may be removed easily, quickly, completely, and robustly from benchtop phantom and preclinical models.


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