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FDA Approves The First Device To Treat Pain Caused By Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Innovative Health Solutions IB-Stim percutaneous electrical nerve field stimulator is indicated to aid the reduction of functional abdominal pain in patients ages 11 to 18 with irritable bowel syndrome when combined with other therapies.

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