New Portable Device, a Boon for Migraine Victims

by Savitha C Muppala on  September 23, 2012 at 11:50 PM Research News
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A new portable and hand-held device was found to be promising during clinical trials and this brings hope to many migraine sufferers.

This device, which delivers a brief magnetic pulse to the back of the head, has helped stop attacks in patients who took this type of treatment.
 New Portable Device, a Boon for Migraine Victims
New Portable Device, a Boon for Migraine Victims

Research shows that with this device, the Migraine symptoms improved in 63% of patients, and for some it did not develop at all. In all, the number of headache days came down drastically for 53% of the victims.



Source: Medindia

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