It may seem like your symptoms go in only one direction: tremors, difficulty performing everyday activities, less control. But Abbott’s directional deep brain stimulation (DBS) therapy has helped people with movement disorders, like Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor, control these symptoms and live a better, fuller, more active life.
DBS is a well-established therapy used to treat the symptoms of movement disorders for more than 20 years.1* When Abbott introduced a groundbreaking new directional DBS system in 2016, the outlook for people with movement disorders became even better.
The Abbott Infinity™ DBS system features directional lead technology, which gives your doctor the ability to precisely target and tailor your therapy with more options, optimizing symptom control while limiting potential side effects.2-4
Whether you want to pour your morning cup of coffee, go out for a meal with friends or work an 8-hour day, the Abbott Infinity™ DBS System is designed to fit seamlessly into your life and help you reclaim your everyday with a recharge-free platform.
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Find out whether the Abbott Infinity™ DBS System can help you take control and be you again by visiting www.AbbottDBS.com
Shannon Jaeger (Los Angeles Area)
Shawn McMenamin (Orange County and San Diego Area)
Important safety information: https://www.neuromodulation.abbott/us/en/important-safety-info/ht-tab/dbs-therapy.html
*Based on data from all manufacturers. Abbott DBS therapy has demonstrated safety and effectiveness out to 5 years.5-6
1. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Premarket Approval (PMA). P960009. July 31, 1997. https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfPMA/pma.cfm?id=P960009.
2. Schnitzler A, Mir P, Brodsky M, Verhagen L, Groppa S, Alvarez R, Evans A. Directional versus Omnidirectional Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease: Results of a multi-center, prospective, blinded crossover study. Poster presented at: International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders; September 2019; Nice, France.
3. Butson CR, Venkatesan L. Comparison of neural activation between standard cylindrical and novel segmented electrode designs. Poster presented at: MDS 2014.
4. Rebelo P, Green AI, Aziz Tz, Kent A, Schafer D, Venkatesan L, Cheeran B. Thalamic Directional Deep Brain Stimulation for Tremor: Spend less, get more. Brain Stimulation. 2018. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brs.2017.12.015.
5. Abbott. Data on File. Essential Tremor Interim Report C-06-03. 2014. n = 52.
6. Abbott. Data on File. Parkinson’s Disease Interim Report C-06-04. 2014. n = 98.
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