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Has anyone tried the HF10 Spinal Cord Stimulation Device?

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Thank you for your response and input. I am sorry for your wife’s pain. I read your other message and see that you and your wife have been through the mill. I am still undecided about a spinal cord stimulator. I am trying to connect with someone with arm and hand pain who has been helped by the Nevro device. The website below talks of a study of patients with neck and arm pain who had good results with the Nevro HF10. I don’t know anything more about it other than what I’ve read here. One question I have is how many patients were in the trial. It only states that 47 patients had the devices implanted.
https://blog.smarttrak.com/high-frequency-scs-for-upper-limb-and-neck-pain-an-interview-with-kas-amirdelfan-md

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Study Results for the upper limb and neck pain study with the Nevro HF10 implants by Dr. Kas Armirdelfan MD
https://academic.oup.com/neurosurgery/article/87/2/176/5650846

Study results: "Subjects who had ≥50% pain relief as assessed by VAS were considered as responders in the study. At 3-mo assessment, >75% of subjects and at 12-mo assessment, >85% subjects responded to the 10-kHz SCS therapy (Figure 2E). For neck pain, the responder rates at 3-mo and 12-mo visits were 76.2% and 89.2%, respectively. For upper limb pain, the responder rates at 3 and 12 mo were 83.3% and 95.0%, respectively."