InterStimTM II System Recharge-Free Neurostimulator for Bladder and Bowel Control

The InterStim™ II system is the only recharge-free, long-term therapy that lets you get full-body* MRI scans.

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Overview

The implanted InterStim™ II system electrically stimulates the sacral nerve, which is thought to normalize neural communication between the bladder and brain and between the bowel and brain.1,2

PRODUCT DETAILS

Interstim II with lead product

The recharge-free InterStim™ neurostimulator streamlines the implant procedure with a design that eliminates the need for the lead extension and uses fewer set screws.

  • Connects directly to the lead, eliminating need for an extension
  • Accommodates three lead sizes: 28 cm, 33 cm, and 41 cm
  • Compatible with a lead insertion indicator in the lead
  • Integrates strain relief in the header
  • Incorporates radiopaque identification of manufacturer and model number
  • Allows 1-screw implantation
  • Allows full-body MRI scans for patients who need them*

MODEL SPECIFICATIONS

   

Model

3058

Battery Type

Recharge-Free

Weight

22 g 

Height

44 mm

Length

51 mm

System Components

  • InterStim™ SureScan™ MRI lead model 978B1
  • InterStim™ smart programmer 
Note: Previous models of the InterStim™ system and the InterStim™ II system requires the N'Vision™ clinician programmer and InterStim iCon™ programmer.

LIFE WITHOUT LIMITS

The InterStim™ II system may be best for most people because it’s simple, convenient, and lower maintenance.

MRI GUIDELINES

View MRI guidelines in the MRI Resource Library. Search by model name, product name, or device type.

VISIT LIBRARY

SAY YES TO THE TEST

Learn the parameters of patient selection for bladder control and bowel control.

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MANUALS

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*

Under certain conditions; see approved labeling for details. Patients with InterStim™ MRI Leads only.

1

Leng WW, Chancellor MB. How sacral nerve stimulation neuromodulation works. Urol Clin North Am. 2005;32:11-18.

2

Patton V, Wiklendt L, Arkwright JW, Lubowski DZ, Dinning PG. The effect of sacral nerve stimulation on distal colonic motility in patients with fecal incontinence. Br J Surg. 2013;100:959–968.