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Clinical Case 3:
Deep Brain Stimulator Implantation

Wednesday, April 8, 9:45-11:00
Johnson Great Room, McNamara Alumni Center

Organizer: Rosemary Kelly, University of Minnesota

 

Dawn Bardot, MedtronicMichael Park, MD, PhD

Associate Professor
Neurosurgery Residency Program
Director MnDRIVE Neuromodulation Scholar
Director of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery
Department of Neurosurgery and Neurology
University of Minnesota School of Medicine

In this session, Dr. Michael Park will take participants through the process of implanting a deep brain stimulator (DBS) for the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Dr. Park will explain how the device works, will show how he does the pre-surgical planning for determining where to place the device, the patient prep, and the surgical process of placing the electrode and stimulation unit. Then he will explain how the stimulation parameters are tuned at the patient follow-up visit. Throughout the tutorial, Dr. Park will use video captured during one of his recent surgeries. The tutorial will be interactive with questions from the audience coming at any time. This will be a unique opportunity to learn how DBS devices work, when they are used, how they are implanted and how they are tuned, in the context of a real clinical case.

 

Related Sessions:

Clinical Case 1
Clinical Case 2
Clinical Case 4

 

 


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