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Studied patients were significantly more satisfied with automatic rather than manual stimulation adjustments to therapy*
SCS patients were significantly more satisfied with automatic rather than manual stimulation adjustments to their therapy
Schade, Schultz, et al, 2009
Comparing automatic to manual stimulation adjustment: The Results

Twenty SCS patients tested position-adaptive stimulation via an external system comprising an external body sensor and a computer

SCS patients were significantly more satisfied with automatic stimulation adjustment
than with manual stimulation adjustment

This finding was especially true when patient were lying down, a posture change reported
as the main source of position-associated uncomfortable stimulation*

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*Schade, Shultz et al, 2009
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