It is also MRI-conditional, meaning that patients will be able to safely receive MRI scans, as long as certain precautions are taken.
The Senza Omnia appears to be an improved version of the company’s original Senza that introduced high frequency spinal cord stimulation for pain control. The Omnia features a new physician programmer that should be easier to operate, a new patient remote control that has been slimmed down and made more intuitive, as well as the implant being more amenable to future upgrades with newly developed waveforms or frequencies.
Flashbacks: Nevro Senza High Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulator Gets Green Light by FDA; Nevro Senza Spinal Cord Stimulator Cleared in EU, Australia for 3T MRI Use; Nevro Senza High Frequency Neurostimulator Going on Trial in U.S.
Product page: Senza Omnia