InterStimTM II System Neurostimulator for Bladder and Bowel Control

The InterStim™ II system delivers sustained improvements in quality of life for people with overactive bladder (OAB), non-obstructive urinary retention, and chronic fecal incontinence (FI).1,2

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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.3,4

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Interstim II with lead product

The InterStim II 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

MODEL SPECIFICATIONS

Medtronic graph representing model specifications of InterStim II

SYSTEM COMPONENTS

  • Tined lead model 3889
  • InterStim smart programmer for clinicians
  • InterStim smart programmer for patients
  • TYRX neuro absorbable antibacterial envelope

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1

Siegel, Steven: Five year follow-up results of a prospective, multicenter study in overactive bladder subjects treated with sacral neuromodulation.

2

Medtronic InterStimTM Therapy Clinical Summary, 2018.

3

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

4

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.