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May 15, 2020updated 07 Dec 2021 4:40am

Nevro receives CE Mark approval for spinal cord stimulation system

Nevro has received CE mark approval for the Senza Omnia spinal cord stimulation (SCS) system for the treatment of chronic pain.

Nevro has received CE mark approval for the S enza Omnia spinal cord stimulation (S CS ) system for the treatment of chronic pain.

The system provides the company’s proprietary HF 10 therapy along with other available frequencies between 2Hz-10,000Hz. Other S CS systems on the market are limited to frequencies below 1,200Hz.

Due to its ability to pair frequencies, Omnia can pair HF 10 with other waveforms such as traditional, paresthesia-based stimulation, subthreshold 1kHz therapy or burst waveforms.

The Omina S CS platform consists of a new programmer, which enables physicians to offer a range of waveforms across the full frequency spectrum, either separately or paired together with HF 10.

It also includes a redesigned patient remote, enabling better programming capacity, and allows for the flexibility to expand on the HF 10 algorithm.

Additionally, an updated and upgradeable implantable pulse generator and a redesigned slimmer patient charger with an improved user interface are part of the new S CS system.

Nevro -Corp/”>Nevro chairman, CEO and president Keith Grossman said: “F ollowing a successful launch in the United S tates late last year, we are excited to now have approval for the S enza Omnia S CS system in Europe.

“As conditions in the marketplace allow, we will be introducing Omnia to physicians throughout Europe. This next-generation S CS system has been developed in close consultation with customers and is designed to provide a comprehensive solution to manage chronic pain.”

Last year, Nevro launched S enza Omnia S CS system in the US , following its regulatory approval by the US F ood and Drug Administration (F DA).

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