Vanta™ SCS gives you an advantage over pain. This revolutionary recharge-free device offers optimized longevity, personalized programming, and unmatched MRI access.

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Your Advantage Over Pain 

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High-Performance Recharge-Free Neurostimulator

Vanta™ SCS is a high-performance recharge-free device offering optimized longevity. 

  • ~2x longer lasting than other devices at comparable settings*
  • Optimize longevity up to 11 years 
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Personalized Programming

  • AdaptiveStim™ technology automatically personalizes therapy to maintain the optimal dose.
  • 88.7% of patients reported better pain relief and/or convenience with AdaptiveStim™ technology over non-adaptive stimulation.1
  • Exclusively offered by Medtronic.

Unmatched Full-Body MRI Access

  • SureScan™ MRI technology allows MRI scans anywhere on the body enabling diagnostic care.
  • Provide patients the same access§ as non-implanted patients—now and in the future.
  • Shielded leads and proprietary device safeguards help patients safely get an MRI.
  • Access matters—82% of patients are expected to need at least 1 MRI within 5 years of implant.2


Compatible with:

  • MyStim™ PC Smart Patient Therapy App model A72200
  • Clinician Programmer model CT900 with software app A71200 and trialing app A71300
  • 16-electrode Specify™ SureScan™ MRI surgical leads
  • Vectris™ SureScan™ MRI percutaneous leads
  • INJEX™ anchoring system models 97791 and 97792

Model SPecifications

Model 977006 
Channels 2
Width 1.1 cm (.44in) 
Battery Type Recharge-free 

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Settings used from Proclaim™ clinician manual.  Nominal settings 12 hours per day: 50-Hz frequency. 225-μs pulse width, and 5-mA amplitude at 500-ohms impedance. Compared to flagship model 3660.

Settings from Boston Scientific's Alpha™ IFU. Programmed at 4.1mA, 280us. 40Hz. 1 area, 730 Ohms, 2 contacts.

Under specific conditions. Refer to product labeling for full list of conditions. 


Schultz D, Webster L, Kosek P, et al. Sensor-driven position-adaptive spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain. Pain Physician. 2012;15(1):1-12.


Desai MJ, Hargens LM, Breitenfeldt MD, et al. The rate of magnetic resonance imaging in patients with spinal cord stimulation. Spine. 2015;40(9):E531-537