Cyberonics

Cyberonics

Cyberonics is a biotechnology company developing vagus nerve stimulation therapies.

Cyberonics (VNS Therapy) is a biotechnology company developing vagus nerve stimulation therapies that is headquartered in Houston, Texas and was founded in 1987 by Reese Terry.

The company is focused on creating medical device-based solutions that are meant to improve the life of a patient and their families. Their solutions are designed for epilepsy, depression, and other similar chronic disorders. The company was acquired by LivaNova.

VNS Therapy has created products for the purpose of handling seizures, reducing the occurrance of them, and assisting with patient recovery. They hold a catalogue of generators and leads, accessory packs, tunneling tools, programming systems and wands, and more.

The VNS Therapy System is supposed to be used as an adjunctive therapy for patients with epileptic disorders, or generalized seizures that are refractory to seizure medications. Their systems can be used for patients that are four years of age or older. The system has side effects during stimulations which are meant to decrease over time.

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Daniel Moore

Houston, Texas, United States

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