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EndoStim and MRI

Most patients with an EndoStim device can receive MRI scans under certain conditions. Current and future patients with the EndoStim system can receive MRI scans, often used for diagnosis of neurological and orthopedic conditions, following EndoStim’s Instructions for Use.

The EndoStim LES Stimulation System (Gen 1 Model 1002 – SN <999, with lead Model 1003) has received CE Marking for use with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) under the following conditions:

Head and extremities (limbs) imaging with local transmit/receive coil only in 1.5T/64MHz machines.
The device must be switched off prior to the MRI scan and switched back on afterwards.

The EndoStim II LES Stimulation System (Gen 2 Model 1006 – SN 1000+, with lead Model 1003) has received CE Marking for use with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) under the following conditions:

Full body MRI scans using 3.0-T/128MHz systems.
Head and extremities (limbs) MRI scans with local transmit/receive coil in 1.5T/64MHz or 3.0T/128MHz machines
The device must be switched off prior to the MRI scan and switched back on afterwards.

The EndoStim Programmer System is considered MR unsafe, meaning that it cannot be present and/or used in the same room as the MR system.

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