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Live Your Best Life
Medical technology continues to advance, developing more effective therapy options for movement disorders. This means that you have new alternatives to struggling with recurring, uncontrollable symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD) or essential tremor (ET). After consulting with your physician, you may learn that one alternative for living your best life may be the St. Jude Medical Infinity™ DBS system.
DBS therapy improved PD patients good quality “on time” (periods of symptom control) for most waking hours1 and without dyskinesias versus medication alone.2 ET patients had improved overall quality of life.3
A solution to fuel your independence
Complex interactions of chemicals and neural pathways in your brain cause your involuntary movements. The St. Jude Medical Infinity™ DBS system for PD or ET can help you regain your independence from these uncontrolled symptoms.1-3 It offers a DBS therapy experience that is personalized and discreet—to fit into your lifestyle so you can focus on living the life you want.
The St. Jude Medical commitment to safe and effective symptom management
The remarkable story of the first implantable cardiac pacemaker is embedded in St. Jude Medical’s history, and today, people like you who live with ongoing, uncontrolled symptoms of PD and ET inspire us to continue to innovate.
Learn more about our DBS therapy system to help you gain greater symptom control.
1. Okun, M. S., Gallo, B. V., Mandyburg, G., Jagid, J., Foote, K. D., Revilla, F. J., … Tagliati, M., & the St. Jude Medical DBS Study Group. (2012). Subthalamic deep brain stimulation with a constant-current device in Parkinson’s disease: An open-label randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Neurology, 11(2), 140-149. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1016/S1474-4422(11)70308-8
2. Weaver, F. M., Follett, K., Stern, M., Hur, K., Harris, C., Marks, W. J. Jr., … Huang, G. D. and the CSP 468 Study Group (2009). Bilateral deep brain stimulation vs. best medical therapy for patients with advanced Parkinson disease: A randomized controlled study. Journal of the American Medical Association, 301(1), 63-73. http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jama.2008.929
3. St. Jude Medical. (2014). Tremor Study Final Report. n = 127.