Introducing the Next Gen RNS System

Unprecedented insight, now with 8 year battery life

The world’s first & only brain-responsive neurostimulation system

The world’s first & only brain-responsive neurostimulation system

Longer Lasting.

THE RNS NEUROSTIMULATOR (RNS-320)

Twice the life

Without any changes to the size or shape of the device, longevity has more than doubled, from 3.9 to 8.4 years.*

*Estimates for longevity were derived from medium stimulation utilization (mAH/day) found in the clinical trial

Twice the data

The amount of available memory has doubled from 4 to 8 ECoGs per patient download**

**At default settings (4 channels, 90 second ECoG duration).

Greater Insight.

The only device that provides long-term data on your patient’s brain activity.

Simpler

Visual display allows for quick meaningful insights.

  • Trend lines reveal historical patterns
  • Customize histogram with drop down list of events.

Faster

Fewer clicks increase your clinical workflow efficiency.

  • Review and program from any screen
  • Copy stimulation settings to all five therapies with one touch

Greater Insight.

The only device that provides long-term data on your patient’s brain activity.

Simpler

Visual display allows for quick meaningful insights.

  • Trend lines reveal historical patterns
  • Customize histogram with drop down list of events.

Faster

Fewer clicks increase your clinical workflow efficiency.

  • Review and program from any screen
  • Copy stimulation settings to all five therapies with one touch

Sustained seizure control with no chronic stimulation side effects

73% median seizure reduction1 at year 8:*

  • 66% responder rate
  • 30% achieved ≥90% seizure reduction in most recent 3 months**
  • 29% had at least 1 period of ≥6 months without seizures
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*Combined trial outcomes include data from Feasibility, Pivotal (randomized, double-blind, controlled), and Long-Term Treatment (open label, prospective) Trials.

**Based on last observation carried forward analysis.

1. Gwinn R, et al, AES Poster, 2017