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What does VNS stand for?
VNS stands for Vagus Nerve Stimulator
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We have 63 other meanings of VNS in our Acronym Attic
- Van Ness Recovery House (Los Angelese, CA)
- Visiting Nurse Regional Health Care System
- Visual Neglect Recovery Index
- Voluntary Non-Regulatory Initiative (Canada)
- Vietnam-Netherlands Research Programme (est. 1994)
- Voluntary Nutrient Reduction Program (Clark Fork River; Montana; Idaho)
- Verbal Numeric Rating Scale (acute pain measurement)
- Vereniging van Nederlandse Reflexzone Therapeuten (Dutch: Association of Dutch Reflex Zone Therapists)
- Vallurupalli Nageswara Rao Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology (India)
- Vagal Nerve Stimulator
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Neuromodulation products include Deep Brain Stimulators, Spinal Cord Stimulators, Sacral Nerve Stimulators, Vagus Nerve Stimulators, and Gastric Electric Stimulators.
Sometimes the antidepressant drugs work in concert with the stimulator, but it appears to us that when people get better, it is the vagus nerve stimulator that is doing the heavy lifting," Conway explained.
They cover basic anatomic and functional substrates of seizures and new pathogenic concepts; drug therapy, including the latest on molecular targets; the current state of surgical treatments and advances in structural and functional neuroimaging; nontraditional therapies, such as the ketogenic diet, the vagus nerve stimulator, immunomodulators, neurosteroids, herbs, and botanicals; the variety of factors that influence seizure susceptibility; and the future of epilepsy therapies.
Currently, the market is limited because only one device is on the market, the vagus nerve stimulator made by Cyberonics Inc.
However, the company's Vagus Nerve Stimulator has been plagued by questions of effectiveness.
One hope on the horizon is that Teddy will have an operation in the New Year to fit a vagus nerve stimulator.
A class-action shareholders' suit has been filed against Houston, TX-based Cyberonics contending that the company misrepresented and failed to disclose information about the FDA's approval of the Vagus Nerve Stimulator CONS) device for the treatment of depression.