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    Products and Procedures

    Spinal cord stimulation can be an effective alternative or adjunct treatment to other therapies to manage chronic back and/or leg pain. Medtronic spinal cord stimulation systems give patients long-lasting relief from chronic pain and access to advanced diagnostic care.

    Only Medtronic offers a pain neurostimulation system for safe* access to MRI scans anywhere on the body. With Medtronic SureScan® MRI Technology, pain stimulation patients have safe access to an MRI scan whenever the need arises.

    Our spinal cord stimulation systems include the following components:

    Procedural content for spinal cord stimulation includes:

    *Under specific conditions and requires SureScan implantable neurostimulator and Vectris® SureScan leads. Refer to MRI Guidelines for full list of conditions.

    Products for Spinal Cord Stimulation

    Neurostimulators

    RestoreSensor SureScan MRI Neurostimulator View larger

    RestoreSensor SureScan MRI Neurostimulator

    Model 97714

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    RestoreSensor Neurostimulator

    Model 37714

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    RestoreUltra MRI SureScan Neurostimulator View larger

    RestoreUltra SureScan MRI Neurostimulator

    Model 97712

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    RestoreUltra Neurostimulator

    Model 37712

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    RestoreAdvanced SureScan MRI Neurostimulator

    Model 97713

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    RestoreAdvanced Neurostimulator

    Model 37713

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    PrimeAdvanced SureScan MRI Neurostimulator View larger

    PrimeAdvanced SureScan MRI Neurostimulator

    Model 97702

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    PrimeAdvanced Neurostimulator

    Model 37702

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    RestorePrime Neurostimulator

    Model 37701

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    Itrel 4 Neurostimulator

    Models 37703 and 37704

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    External Trialing System

    Model 37022 and 355531

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    Discontinued Products

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    Itrel 3 Neurostimulator

    Model 7425

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    Synergy Neurostimulator

    Model 7427

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    Synergy Versitrel Neurostimulator

    Model 7427V

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    Leads

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    1x8 Vectris SureScan MRI Percutaneous Leads

    Subcompact Model 977A1
    Compact Model 977A2

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    1x8 Percutaneous Leads

    1x8 Compact Model 3778
    1x8 Standard Model 3777
    1x8 Sub-Compact Model 3776

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    1x4 Percutaneous Leads

    Pisces™ Quad Model 3487A
    Pisces Quad Compact Model 3887
    Pisces Quad Plus Model 3888

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    8-Electrode Surgical Leads

    Specify Model 3998
    Specify 2x4 Hinged  Model 3999

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    16-Electrode Surgical Leads

    Specify™ 2x8 Model 39286
    Specify 5-6-5 Model 39565

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    4-Electrode Surgical Leads

    Resume® II Model 3587A
    Resume TL Model 3986A

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    Vectris Trial Leads

    1x8 Subcompact Model 977D160
    1x8 Compact Model 977D260

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    1x8 Test Leads

    1x8 Standard Model 3873
    1x8 Compact Model 3874
    1x8 Sub-Compact Model 3875

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    Extensions

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    1x8 Extension

    Model 37081

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    Stretch-Coil Single Extension

    Model 37083

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    Stretch-Coil Bifurcated Extension Model 37082 for Spinal Cord Stimulation View larger

    Stretch-Coil Bifurcated Extension

    Model 37082

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    Low-Profile Quad Extension

    Model 7489

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    Programmers

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    N'Vision Clinician Programmer

    Model 8840

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    MyStim Patient Programmer

    Model 97740

    • POWER SOURCE : 2 AAA alkaline batteries (LR03)
    • BATTERY LIFE : 2 months (average)
    • SIZE : 9.4 x 5.6 x 2.8 cm (3.7 x 2.2 x 1.1 in)
    • WEIGHT : 111 g (3.9 oz)
    • Patient Programmer User Manual
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    Accessories

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    Pocket Adaptor Kit

    1x4 Model 74001
    2x4 Model 74002

    • RESISTANCE : Maximum 50.0 Ω
    • LENGTH : 25.5 cm (Model 74001), 27.4 cm (Model 74002)
    • DISTAL END CONNECTOR PORTS : Quadripolar
    • PROXIMAL END CONNECTOR : Octapolar, in-line
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    Injex Anchoring System

    Models 97791 and 97792

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    Spinal Cord Stimulation System Procedure Overview

    A typical spinal cord stimulation system implant is completed in 2 stages. The first stage is a 3- to 7-day screening test to evaluate whether or not the patient is a candidate for the second stage – the spinal cord stimulation system implant.

    Screening Test

    During a neurostimulation screening test, the patient receives a temporary, external neurostimulation system for 3 to 7 days. Either percutaneous leads or surgical leads can be used for the screening test.

    During the screening test, the patient uses the external neurostimulation trialing system while completing daily activities. In some cases, the patient can use a patient control device to change some stimulation settings within physician-programmed limits.

    Throughout the screening test, the external neurostimulator collects patient-use data and the patient records activities, neurostimulation settings, and degree of pain relief in a diary.

    After the screening test ends, percutaneous trial lead(s) are removed. Results are evaluated to determine if the patient is a candidate for a spinal cord stimulation system implant.

    After the screening test, clinicians review input from the pain management team, the patient, and the patient’s family or caregivers; evaluate if the goals of a neurostimulation trial have been met; and determine if a neurostimulation system will be implanted.

    Goals of the screening test:

    • Stimulation covers the patient’s pain areas
    • Patient is comfortable with the sensation of stimulation
    • Patient experiences adequate pain relief
    • Patient experiences improved function

    Resources

    • Percutaneous Lead Implantation Guide

      This educational guide presents one representative surgrical procedure from a spinal cord stimulation trial through a system implant, with leads placed using a percutaneous approach.

    • Surgical Lead Implantation Guide

      This educational guide explains how to implant 16-electrode leads, starting with the spinal cord stimulation trial using percutaneous leads, and continuing through a spinal cord stimulation system implant using surgical leads.

    Implant Procedure

    Implanting the spinal cord neurostimulation system requires a short surgery, typically done on as an outpatient procedure. The neurostimulator is inserted under the skin through a small incision in the upper buttock. The long-term lead is implanted in the epidural space of the spinal cord.

    For detailed information on the spinal cord neurostimulation system implant procedure, refer to the implant manuals for the neurostimulation system products.

    Resources

    Impedance Measurements

    Impedance measurements are measurements of the resistance of the lead(s), extension(s), and body tissue that can provide information about the condition of the implanted system (e.g., short circuit, open circuit).

    Impedance should be measured during the screening test and implant procedures, and at the beginning and end of each programming session. These measurements verify the integrity of lead/extension/connector pathways. They may provide information about lead problems (e.g., lead breakage, short circuit, open circuit).

    Information About Impedance for Spinal Cord Stimulation provides information about:

    • Understanding factors that can affect impedance measurements
    • Connecting system components properly and checking specific conditions
    • Measuring impedance
    • Troubleshooting abnormal impedances

    Detailed information can also be found in the External Neurostimulator User Manual, the 8840 and 8870 Programmer Guide for Software Version A and the implant manual for each neurostimulator and lead.

    Device Replacement

    The battery life of the spinal cord neurostimulator will vary depending on the model, stimulation levels, and location of the lead. Clinicians should check the battery level at each follow-up visit.

    For a single-incision procedure, the Medtronic pocket adaptor can be used. The pocket adaptor is intended to be implanted with a new replacement 16-electrode neurostimulator in the same pocket used for the explanted neurostimulator.

    For detailed information on battery longevity, refer to the System Eligibility and Battery Longevity Specifications Reference Manual.

    Procedure Videos

    Medtronic offers the following procedure videos to qualified healthcare professionals. Please register or Log In to view these videos.

    Neurostimulation Tips and Techniques

    This series of videos includes an introduction to basic anatomy of the spinal column, fluoroscopy techniques, and anatomical mapping for pre-implant of a spinal cord stimulation system; and tips and techniques for percutaneous and surgical lead implantation. Within the chapters, surgeons discuss their own experiences.

    Introductory Videos

    Chapter 1: Basic Anatomy
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    Chapter 1: Basic Anatomy

    (8:44, 55 MB)

    This chapter describes the anatomical structures that are relevant to spinal cord stimulation and its use.

    Introductory Videos by Chapter

    Chapter 2: Fluoroscopy Techniques

    (4:34, 25 MB)

    Fluorscopy is an imaging modality that uses X-rays to produce images of the spinal column. This chapter describes fluoroscopy techniques used during neurostmulation system implant procedures to verifiy the correct needle placement and visualize the lead as it is implanted.

    Chapter 3: Anatomical Mapping

    (4:14, 24 MB)

    This chapter describes the anatomical mapping used for placing two basic types of leads for spinal cord stimulation: percutaneous and surgical.

    Procedure Tips and Techniques: Percutaneous Lead Implantation

    Needle Placement
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    Chapter 1: Needle Placement

    (2:58, 17 MB)

    This chapter gives tips for the needle placement procedure.

    Percutaneous Lead Implantation Video by Chapter

    Chapter 2: Lead Placement

    (1:54, 11 MB)

    This chapter provides tips and techniques for placing the lead tip in the targeted area.

    Chapter 3: Transverse Tripole

    (3:37, 22 MB)

    This chapter discusses techniques for using a transverse tripole configuration – three-lead arrays – to cover back pain.

    Chapter 4: PLI Kit

    (3:18, 20 MB)

    This chapter discusses tips and techniques for using the percutaneous lead introducer (PLI) kit when implanting or replacing percutaneous leads.

    Chapter 5: Implanting the Injex Bi-wing Anchor

    (1:51, 7 MB)

    This video demonstrates the technique for implanting the Injex bi-wing anchor.

    Chapter 6: Removing the Injex Bi-wing Anchor

    (1:09, 4 MB)

    This video demonstrates the technique for removing the Injex bi-wing anchor.

    Chapter 7: Implanting the Injex Bumpy Anchor

    (1:57, 8 MB)

    This video demonstrates the technique for implanting the Injex bumpy anchor.

    Chapter 8: Removing the Injex Bumpy Anchor

    (1:09, 4 MB)

    This video demonstrates the technique for removing the Injex bumpy anchor.

    Chapter 9: Extension Use

    (1:19, 7 MB)

    This chapter describes the use of extensions.

    Chapter 10: Staging a Trial Procedure

    (3:06, 19 MB)

    This chapter discusses reasons for implanting a percutaneous lead during a trial assessment.

    Procedure Tips and Techniques: Surgical Lead Implantation

    SL Trial
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    Chapter 1: Trial

    (1:29, 8 MB)

    This chapter discusses the use of one or more percutaneous leads during a trial assessment. Percutaneous leads are generally used during the screening test even in cases where a patient may eventually receive a surgical lead implant.

    Surgical Lead Implantation Video by Chapter

    Chapter 2: Lead Placement

    (1:58, 11 MB)

    In this chapter, the placement of surgical leads is demonstrated.

    Chapter 3: Insertion Techniques

    (1:56, 10 MB)

    This chapter demonstrates techniques for inserting the lead into the epidural space and verifying its position.

    Chapter 4: Extensions

    (1:25, 8 MB)

    This chapter shows techniques for adding an extension.

    Chapter 5: Anchoring

    (1:56, 11 MB)

    In this chapter, doctors share their thoughts about using anchors.

    Additional Tips

    Chapter 1: Pocket Creation
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    Chapter 1: Pocket Creation

    (3:58, 24 MB)

    This chapter provides tips for creating a pocket for the neurostimulator and selecting a location for the pocket.

    Additional Tips Video by Chapter

    Chapter 2: Tunneling

    (1:54, 11 MB)

    This chapter demonstrates the use of the tunneling tool, used when implanting the complete neurostimulation system.

    Chapter 3: Connections

    (2:28, 14 MB)

    If extensions are used, they must be connected to the leads. This chapter demonstrates techniques used to connect the extension to the lead, and connecting the extension or lead to the neurostimulator.

    Chapter 4: Strain Relief Loops

    (2:48, 17 MB)

    The use of strain relief loops is recommended for lead and neurostimulator implants. This chapter demonstrates the use of strain relief loops during the implant procedure.

    Chapter 5: Closing Techniques

    (2:19, 13 MB)

    This chapter demonstrates closing techniques used after the implant procedure.

    Physician Interviews

    Section 1: Anatomical Mapping

    In this group of videos, four physicians discuss various neurostimulation tips and techniques. The physicians interviewed include George T. Mandybur, MD; Ralph Rashbaum, MD; Thomas Strauss, MD; William O. Witt, MD.

    In Section 1: Anatomical Mapping, the physicians recommend planning ahead to make sure the stimulation is where the patient requires it. They suggest ways to think about the electrode configuration and map the target areas based on the patient’s pain location.

    Do you have any particular tips for a successful anatomical mapping procedure?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:39, 9 MB)

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (6:04, 38 MB)

    Dr. Stauss

    (3:17, 20 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (2:27, 15 MB)

    Section 2: Surgical Lead Placement

    This video provides tips for optimal lead placement, including using a pain drawing to identify the targets and making sure the needle is at the proper angle when it enters the epidural space. It also describes what to expect if needles are poorly placed or the electrode is off center.

    Do you have any tips for ensuring successful surgical lead placement?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:13, 7 MB)

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (1:20, 7 MB)

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:24, 14 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (2:29, 15 MB)

    If you don’t follow these procedures or tips, what might you see?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:34, 9 MB)

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (3:09, 19 MB)

    Dr. Stauss

    (1:18, 7 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (2:00, 12 MB)

    How would you correct what you see?

    Dr. Stauss

    (1:26, 8 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (1:51, 11 MB)

    What do you think is the value of using a Specify 5-6-5 surgical lead vs. other surgical leads available in the market?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:26, 8 MB)

    Are there circumstances where you would use leads with different spacing?

    Dr. Stauss

    (3:36, 22 MB)

    Are there circumstances where you would choose to implant two leads with different spacing on one patient?

    Dr. Stauss

    (1:12, 6 MB)

    Do you have any additional comments regarding placing leads?

    Dr. Stauss

    (1:44, 10 MB)

    Section 3: Using a PLI (Percutaneous Lead Introducer) Kit

    Topics include how to safely use the percutaneous lead introducer kit for lead exchanges using a single incision regardless of the number of leads.

    When do you recommend using a PLI (Percutaneous Lead Introducer) kit?

    Dr. Witt

    (6:20, 40 MB)

    Do you have any tips that you can share with others that are learning to use a PLI kit?

    Dr. Witt

    (4:29, 28 MB)

    Do you have any additional comments regarding the use of PLI kits?

    Dr. Witt

    (2:28, 15 MB)

    Section 4: Trial Assessment Using a Buried Lead

    The physicians describe circumstances when they would choose to bury a lead during the trial procedure and provide tips for a successful buried lead trial.

    Under what circumstances would you choose to bury a lead during a trial vs. externalize the lead?

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (1:55, 11 MB)

    Dr. Stauss

    (1:30, 8 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (5:07, 32 MB)

    Do you have any special tips or techniques for a successful buried trial? If so, please explain.

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (3:08, 18 MB)

    Section 5: Anchoring Techniques

    The physicians discuss their choice of anchors (EZ bumpy, Titan, and twist-lock), whether to anchor surgical leads, and the importance of strain relief loops.

    Do you choose to anchor surgical leads? Please explain.

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:34, 9 MB)

    When would you use a Titan anchor vs. a twist-lock anchor?

    Dr. Witt

    (3:35, 22 MB)

    Why do you like to use EZ (bumpy) anchors with silicone vs. other anchors?

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:36, 16 MB)

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (3:51, 23 MB)

    Do you have tips for using the bumpy anchor?

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:28, 15 MB)

    Section 6: Single Incision Technique

    The physicians describe circumstances when the single incision technique vs. tunneling leads is indicated, and the benefits of single incisions.

    Under what circumstances would you choose to use a single incision technique vs. tunneling leads?

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:44, 16 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (5:17, 33 MB)

    Are there any additional techniques you use that have worked well and would be helpful for other implanters?

    Dr. Stauss

    (1:18, 7 MB)

    Section 7: Techniques for a Successful Trial

    The physicians describe the trialing procedure and offer techniques for a successful trial, including how to prepare patients in advance and explain realistic expectations.

    Please explain the trialing procedure for today’s surgical lead implant case.

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:21, 7 MB)

    Do you have any special tips or techniques for a successful trial? If so, please explain.

    Dr. Stauss

    (3:28, 21 MB)

    Section 8: Three-lead Implant Technique

    The physicians explain the three-lead implant technique to precisely focus stimulation and describe circumstances when transverse tripole is indicated for patients with specific types of pain.

    Can you explain your three-lead implant technique?

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (1:47, 10 MB)

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:33, 15 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (4:02, 25 MB)

    Under what circumstances would you choose to implant three leads vs. two?

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (2:44, 16 MB)

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:10, 13 MB)

    Do you have any additional tips for a successful transverse tripole implant?

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:44, 16 MB)

    Dr. Witt

    (1:31, 8 MB)

    Section 9: Using a Laminotomy or Laminectomy Technique

    Dr. Mandybur discusses situations when limited laminotomy or complete laminectomy may be necessary.

    Do you prefer to use a laminotomy or laminectomy technique? Please explain why?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:06, 6 MB)

    How do you decide the level at which you will perform this procedure?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:46, 10 MB)

    Section 10: Lead Revision

    Dr. Mandybur describes how to correct a lead that appears to be off midline. He also discusses removing and replacing a surgical lead and identifies the tools used during the procedure.

    Do you have a recommended technique for removing or replacing a surgical lead?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:37, 9 MB)

    Do you use any special tools when you are doing a surgical lead revision? If so, what are they?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:33, 8 MB)

    How would you correct a lead that appears to be off midline?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:40, 9 MB)

    Section 11: Choosing Straight-tip vs. Curved-tip Needles

    The physicians discuss their preferences for using one type of needle over the other, and describe the advantages of using a straight-tip needle or a curved-tip needle in certain situations. They also provide tips for successful needle placement.

    In what situation would you use one type of needle over the other (straight vs. curved)?

    Dr. Stauss

    (2:52, 17 MB)

    Are there certain situations where you would choose to use a straight-tip needle?

    Dr. Stauss

    (1:16, 7 MB)

    Why do you like using the curved-tip needle?

    Dr. Witt

    (3:08, 19 MB)

    Why do you prefer to use straight-tip needles vs. curved-tip-needles?

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (4:09, 26 MB)

    Do you have anything else that you would like to add regarding your choice of needles?

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (1:17, 7 MB)

    Do you have any tips for successful needle placement?

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (5:38, 35 MB)

    Section 12: Additional Tips

    Physicians share techniques for using the passing elevator, including strain relief loops in a surgical implant, and creating pockets.

    Do you have any tips for using the passing elevator?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:36, 9 MB)

    Can you explain the importance of including strain relief loops in a surgical implant?

    Dr. Mandybur

    (1:10, 6 MB)

    Please explain your pocket creation technique.

    Dr. Rashbaum

    (2:49, 17 MB)

    Manuals and Technical Resources

    Prescribing and Pre-implant Manuals

    Medtronic Spinal Cord Stimulation Information for Prescribers

    This document includes information about contraindications, adverse events, component disposal, and other information regarding spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain.

    System Eligibility and Battery Longevity Specifications Reference Manual

    This manual provides information on test stimulation, screening for patient eligibility, battery charging frequency, and battery longevity of Medtronic spinal cord stimulation systems.

    Clinical Summary for Advanced Pain Therapy Using Neurostimulation for Chronic Pain

    The clinical use of Itrel®, PrimeAdvanced, Restore, RestoreAdvanced, RestorePrime, RestoreSensor, RestoreUltra, Synergy, SynergyCompact, SynergyPlus, and Synergy Versitrel Neurostimulation Systems is supported by Medtronic clinical studies of the Mattrix and Itrel 3 spinal cord stimulation (SCS) systems. In addition, the AdaptiveStim® feature of the RestoreSensor neurostimulation system is further supported by the RestoreSensor study.

    Screening Test Manuals

    External Neurostimulator Technical Manual

    The external neurostimulator model 37022 is used to evaluate a Medtronic spinal cord neurostimulator system during lead placement or test stimulation. This manual includes the instructions for use.

    Multi-Lead Trialing Cable Technical Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the Multi-Lead Trialing Cable Model 355531 during the spinal cord stimulation screening trial.

    Vectris 1x8 Trial Screening Lead Kit Implant Manual

    This technical manual includes the instructions for implanting the Vectris 1x8 sub-compact and 1x8 compact trial leads for evaluating spinal cord stimulation.

    1x8 Test Stimulation Lead Kits Implant Manual

    This manual includes the instructions for using the 1x8 standard model 3873, compact model 3874, and sub-compact model 3875 test leads for spinal cord stimulation.

    Neurostimulator Implant Manuals

    RestoreSensor SureScan MRI 97714 Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the RestoreSensor® SureScan® MRI spinal cord neurostimulator model 97714.

    RestoreSensor Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the RestoreSensor spinal cord neurostimulator model 37714.

    RestoreUltra SureScan MRI 97712 Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the RestoreUltra® SureScan® MRI spinal cord neurostimulator model 97712.

    RestoreUltra Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the RestoreUltra® spinal cord neurostimulator model 37712.

    RestoreAdvanced SureScan MRI 97713 Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the RestoreAdvanced® SureScan MRI spinal cord neurostimulator model 97713.

    RestoreAdvanced Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the RestoreAdvanced spinal cord neurostimulator model 37713.

    RestorePrime Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the RestorePrime® spinal cord neurostimulator model 37701.

    PrimeAdvanced Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the PrimeAdvanced® spinal cord neurostimulator model 37702.

    PrimeAdvanced SureScan MRI 97702 Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the PrimeAdvanced SureScan MRI spinal cord neurostimulator model 97702.

    Itrel 4 Neurostimulator Model 37703 Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the Itrel® 4 spinal cord neurostimulator model 37703.

    Itrel 4 Neurostimulator Model 37704 Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the Itrel 4 spinal cord neurostimulator model 37704.

    Itrel 3 Neurostimulator Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the Itrel 3 spinal cord neurostimulator model 7425.

    Synergy Model 7427 and Synergy Versitrel Model 7427V Technical Manual

    This manual provides instructions for implanting the Synergy® and Synergy Versitrel® spinal cord neurostimulator models 7427 and 7427V.

    Lead and Extension Implant Manuals

    Vectris 1x8 Lead Kit Implant Manual

    This technical manual provides instructions for using the Vectris® 1x8 subcompact lead kit model 977A1 and 1x8 compact lead kit model 977A2 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Specify 2x8 Lead Kit Implant Manual

    This technical manual provides instructions for using the Specify 2x8 lead kit model 39286 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Specify 5-6-5 Lead Kit Implant Manual

    This technical manual provides instructions for using the Specify 5-6-5 lead kit model 39565 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Specify Lead Kit Model 3998 Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the Specify™ lead kit model 3998 for spinal cord stimulation.

    2x4 Hinged Specify Lead Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the 2x4 Hinged Specify lead kit model 3999 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Resume II, Resume TL, Symmix, On-Point Lead Kit Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the Resume® II lead kit model 3587A, Resume TL lead kit model 3986A, SymMix® lead kit model 3982A, and On-Point® lead kit model 3987A for spinal cord stimulation.

    1x8 Standard, Compact and Sub-Compact Leads Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the 1x8 percutaneous compact model 3778, standard model 3777, and sub-compact model 3776 lead kits for spinal cord stimulation.

    1×4 Pisces Quad Leads Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the 1×4 Pisces Quad® model 3487A, Pisces Quad Compact model 3887, and Pisces Quad Plus model 3888 lead kits for spinal cord stimulation.

    1x8 Low Impedance Extension Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the 1x8 low impedance extension kit model 37081 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Stretch-Coil Single Extension Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the stretch-coil single extension kit model 37083 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Stretch-Coil Bifurcated Extension Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the stretch-coil bifurcated extension kit model 37082 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Low-Profile Quad Extension Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the low-profile quad extension model 7489 for spinal cord stimulation.

    Accessory Implant Manuals

    Injex Model 97791 Instructions for Use

    This document includes instructions for using the Injex anchoring system model 97791 (bumpy).

    Injex Model 97792 Instructions for Use

    This document includes instructions for using the Injex anchoring system model 97792 (bi-wing).

    Pocket Adaptor Kit Implant Manual

    This manual provides instructions for using the 1x4 and 2x4 pocket adaptors, model 74001 and 74002, for spinal cord stimulation.

    Clinician Programming Manuals

    N’Vision Clinician Programmer Technical Manual

    This guide presents technical programming information and usage for the N'Vision® clinician programmer model 8840 for spinal cord stimulation.

    RestoreSensor Software Programming Guide

    This programming guide for software version A (8870) supports the RestoreSensor spinal cord stimulation system and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    RestoreSensor SureScan MRI Software Programming

    This programming guide supports the RestoreSensor SureScan MRI 97714 spinal cord stimulation system and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    RestoreUltra Software Programming Guide

    This programming guide for software version A (8870) supports the RestoreUltra spinal cord stimulation system and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    RestoreAdvanced SureScan MRI and PrimeAdvanced SureScan MRI Software Programming Guide

    This programming guide supports the RestoreAdvanced SureScan MRI and PrimeAdvanced SureScan MRI spinal cord stimulation systems and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    RestoreAdvanced and PrimeAdvanced Software Programming Guide

    This programming guide for software version A (8870) supports the RestoreAdvanced and PrimeAdvanced spinal cord stimulation systems and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    RestorePrime Software Programming Guide

    This programming guide for software version A (8870) supports the RestorePrime spinal cord stimulation system and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    Itrel 4 Software Programming Guide

    This programming guide for software version A (8870) supports the Itrel 4 spinal cord stimulation system and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    Synergy, Synergy Versitrel, Itrel 3, and Itrel II Software Programming Guide

    This programming guide for software version A (8870) supports the Synergy, Synergy Versitrel, Itrel 3 and Itrel II neurostimulation systems and the N'Vision clinician programmer. The guide supplements information provided in the neurostimulator technical manual.

    Programming Four-Lead Systems

    This programming guide is for programming 4-lead systems using the model 37082 extension for spinal cord stimulation.

    Patient Manuals

    MyStim Patient Programmer User Manual

    This is the patient manual for the MyStim® patient programmer model 97740 for use with neurostimulation system models 97714, 97713, 97712, 97702, 37701, 37702, 37703, 37704, 37711, 37712, 37713, 37714, and 37022.

    Recharger Charging System Patient User Manual

    This is the user manual for the charging system model 37751 for spinal cord stimulation.

    MRI Guidelines

    MRI Guidelines for Medtronic Neurostimulation Systems for Chronic Pain - Instructions for Use

    This manual includes warnings, precautions, and patient eligibility information associated with the use of MRI scans in patients with in implanted spinal cord stimulation system.

    Technical Resources

    Implant Resources

    Pocket Adaptor Kit for Spinal Cord Stimulation: Procedure Tips

    This guide provides an overview of procedures for connecting the pocket adaptor to extensions and a spinal cord neurostimulator. It also contains extension and neurostimulator compatibility as well as neurostimulator socket and electrode numbering configurations.

    Specify 5-6-5 Technical Design Summary

    This summary was designed to provide detail about how and why the Specify 5-6-5 surgical lead was made for spinal cord stimulation.

    Percutaneous Lead Implantation Guide

    This educational guide presents one representative surgical procedure from a spinal cord stimulation trial through a system implant, with leads placed using a percutaneous approach.

    Surgical Lead Implantation Guide

    This educational guide explains how to implant 16-electrode leads, starting with the spinal cord stimulation trial using percutaneous leads, continuing through a spinal cord stimulation system implant using surgical leads.

    Clinician Programming Resources

    RestoreSensor, RestoreUltra, RestoreAdvanced, and PrimeAdvanced Programming Reference Guide

    This guide describes many primary attributes of the RestoreSensor, RestoreUltra, RestoreAdvanced, and PrimeAdvanced spinal cord stimulation systems and the N’Vision clinician programmer model 8840. This guide does not replace the product technical manual. Most of the information in this guide pertains to both the SureScan MRI and earlier non-SureScan neurostimulation systems.

    Itrel 4 Programming Reference Guide

    This guide describes many primary attributes of the Itrel 4 spinal cord stimulation systems and the N’Vision clinician programmer model 8840. This guide does not replace the product technical manual.

    Specify 5-6-5 Programming Instructions Addendum

    If the 8870 software application does not display a 3-column 5-6-5 lead electrode configuration on the programmer screen, use these instructions in spinal cord stimulation.

    Resources for Patients

    MyStim 37742, 37743, 37744 Quick Guide – English
    MyStim 37742, 37743, 37744 Quick Guide – Spanish

    Programming guides in English and Spanish for MyStim patient programmer models 37742, 37743, and 37744 for patient use with spinal cord stimulation. This guide does not replace the product technical manuals.

    MyStim 37746 Quick Guide for Itrel 4

    This programming quick guide is for MyStim patient programmer model 37746 for patient use with the Itrel 4 neurostimulator. This guide does not replace the product technical manuals.

    TargetMyStim Quick Guide Supplement – English
    TargetMyStim Quick Guide Supplement – Spanish

    Programming quick guide supplement for using TargetMyStim with the MyStim patient programmer model 37743 for use in spinal cord stimulation. This guide does not replace the product technical manuals.

    Recharging System Quick Guide – English
    Recharging System Quick Guide – Spanish

    Quick reference guide for recharging both the neurostimulator battery and the recharger battery.

     

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