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Shunts typically consist of two catheters and a valve that redirect excess cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) produced by the body to another part of the body. A lumboperitoneal shunt moves fluid from the spinal space in the lower back (lumbar subarachnoid space) to the abdominal area (peritoneum) where it is absorbed by the body.
The drainage rate of the Strata™ NSC LP valve can be changed non surgically after it is implanted to address changing patient needs.
The Strata NSC LP shunt is used for
the surgical treatment of Idiopathic
Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) and
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