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Spinal Modulation’s Neurostimulator for the Stimulation of the Dorsal Root Ganglion

Image Credit: Spinal Modulation   Spinal Modulation was founded by Mir Imran in Menlo Park, CA in 2004.  The company has developed an implantable neurostimulator to deliver signals to the primary sensory neurons located within the dorsal root ganglion (DRG).  The idea is that unlike dorsal column spinal cord stimulation, the Spinal Modulation system breaks the

 
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Intrapace Abiliti Gastric Stimulator for the Treatment of Obesity

Intrapace was founded in Mountain View, CA by Mir Imran in 2001 to develop an implantable system for the treatment of obesity.  Once implanted and activated, the Abiliti system is designed to detect when a person consumes food or drink. When food or drink is detected, the system delivers a series of low-energy electrical impulses to the

 
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AIMD Companies Founded by Mir A. Imran (InCube)

Mir A. Imran (born 1956, Hyderabad, India), is an Indian entrepreneur and venture capitalist. Imran has formed 19 companies since the early 80s and holds over 140 patents.  He is the founder and Chairman of InCube Laboratories, Inc., a research laboratory and business incubator for medical and technology companies Currently, four InCube companies are focusing

 
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Spinal Modulation Neuromodulation System

Spinal Modulation is a company based in Menlo Park, CA.  It has developed a neurostimulator for chronic intractable pain management. According to the company, the Spinal Modulation System utilizes low-level electrical signals to modulate neural structures of primary sensory neurons located within the dorsal root ganglion (DRG). These cell bodies have been implicated in the

 
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