Pre-implant Patient Education Resources
Share these and other patient education videos with your patients through YouTube on the Medtronic Gastroparesis channel.
About Gastric Electrical Stimulation
A brief animation of gastric electrical stimulation.
Gastroparesis Treatment: Leita's Story Part 1
Leita receives gastric stimulation therapy for gastroparesis. The young woman was studying for her PhD in cellular and molecular biology when she suddenly developed chronic nausea. In part 1, she talks about this difficult time and the fear of losing her independence.
Gastroparesis Treatment: Leita's Story Part 2
Leita receives gastric stimulation therapy for the chronic nausea and vomiting caused by gastroparesis. Part 2 is about her search for an effective treatment. At first, nothing worked. Then her doctor suggested gastric stimulation therapy.
Gastroparesis Treatment: Leita's Story Part 3
Leita talks about her life with gastric stimulation therapy for the chronic nausea and vomiting caused by gastroparesis. She has regained her confidence and control over her life.
Gastroparesis Treatment: Arlene's Story Part 1
Arlene, who has gastroparesis, describes how chronic nausea and vomiting limited her life before she started gastric stimulation therapy.
Gastroparesis Treatment: Arlene's Story Part 2
Arlene felt relieved when her chronic nausea and vomiting were finally diagnosed as symptoms of gastroparesis.
Gastroparesis Treatment: Arlene's Story Part 3
Arlene, who has gastroparesis, describes how gastric stimulation therapy has helped with her chronic nausea and vomiting.
This brochure explains the symptoms and causes of gastroparesis, as well as treatment options, including Medtronic gastric electrical stimulation.
This guide – for patients who have been diagnosed with gastroparesis and are candidates for Enterra® Therapy – describes gastric electrical stimulation, what the implant procedure is like, precautions necessary after the implant, and other helpful information.
Medtronic website for people considering or receiving gastric electrical stimulation.
The following non-Medtronic websites provide additional information, educational tools, and support for patients with gastroparesis: