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Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease—European Inventor Award 2016 (08:17)

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The invention by French neurosurgeon and physicist Benabid is a novel treatment approach to neurological conditions, known as high-frequency deep brain stimulation (DBS). DBS relies on a surgical procedure during which doctors insert a high-frequency electrical probe into the patient’s brain – worn permanently like a pace maker – which can then be used to administer electrical charges at controlled intensities of 130 HZ to targeted regions of the thalamus and surrounding areas.

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Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease—European Inventor Award 2016

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The invention by French neurosurgeon and physicist Benabid is a novel treatment approach to neurological conditions, known as high-frequency deep brain stimulation (DBS). DBS relies on a surgical procedure during which doctors insert a high-frequency electrical probe into the patient’s brain – worn permanently like a pace maker – which can then be used to administer electrical charges at controlled intensities of 130 HZ to targeted regions of the thalamus and surrounding areas.

Length: 9 minutes

Item#: BVL124205

ISBN: 978-1-63521-724-7

Copyright date: ©2016

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