ONLINE LEARNING SPINAL CORD STIMULATION
For: Clinicians who treat patients with chronic pain.
Objective: Assess the potential value of spinal cord stimulation and targeted drug delivery for chronic pain patients and identify patients who are candidates for each therapy.
Description: This course provides an overview of spinal cord stimulation and targeted drug delivery including prevalence, cost, indications, benefits and risks, and considerations for patient selection.
For: Physicians specializing in pain management and surgeons who are interested in trialing or implanting spinal cord stimulation systems.
Objective: Understand the trial and implant procedure for percutaneous leads.
Description: This course describes step-by-step the trial and implant procedures for Medtronic percutaneous leads.
For: Clinicians who are learning to program implantable pain therapies (spinal cord stimulation and intrathecal drug delivery systems).
Objective: Understand the functionality of the N’Vision™ clinician programmer.
Description: This course provides a detailed overview of data and program entry and screen navigation using the N'Vision clinician programmer for implantable pain therapies.
For: Clinicians who manage patients with Medtronic spinal cord stimulation systems.
Objective: Understand how to determine MRI eligibility for patients with a Medtronic spinal cord stimulation system.
Description: This course provides a review of the SureScan™ MRI components and process for determining MRI eligibility of an implanted Medtronic spinal cord stimulation system.