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Spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain of neuropathic or ischaemic origin

Project title: Spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain of neuropathic or ischaemic origin

Call to action: 14/104 NICE 13th wave MTA

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Emma SimpsonORCID

Lead Author: Dr Emma Simpson

Contractor: The University of Sheffield

Co-investigators: Ms Gillian Rooney.

Started: September 2007 | Status: Published April 2009

Study found that spinal cord stimulation is effective in reducing chronic neuropathic pain and may have short-term clinical benefit for refractory angina

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