Nevro’s HFX Offers Durable Benefit In People Suffering Diabetic Pain
New 24-month data from the SENZA-PDN trial, presented at the American Diabetes Society conference in New Orleans, provides more support for HFX 10 kHz as a reliable therapy for people with painful diabetic neuropathy.
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