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Reducing postoperative nausea and vomiting

...space for the instruments, putting pressure on the vagus nerve, which has a connection to the brains nausea and vomiting center. By assessing all these potential risk factors both from the patient and the surgical sides we cantailor a plan to reduce the incidence of PONV, Gan said. It takes input from th...

People suffering from epilepsy continue to lack a good quality of life

...d electrical stimulation to the brain via the left vagus nerve. VNS Therapy has been proven to decrease or sometimes eliminate seizures and improves quality of life in many patients whose seizures do not respond to medications alone. VNS Therapy has not been reported to cause any of the devastating side e...

Reducing antiepileptics in VNS (TM) patients does not impair seizure control

...d electrical stimulation to the brain via the left vagus nerve. VNS Therapy has been proven to decrease or sometimes eliminate seizures and may improve quality of life in many patients whose seizures do not respond to medications alone. In addition, VNS Therapy has not been reported to cause any of the de...

Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy (TM) more effective in epilepsy patients when used earlier

...d electrical stimulation to the brain via the left vagus nerve. VNS Therapy has been proven to decrease or sometimes eliminate seizures and may improve quality of life in many patients whose seizures do not respond to medications alone. In addition, VNS Therapy has not been reported to cause any of the d...

Common epilepsy treatment to be used for bulimia nervosa

... changes that have occurred in the function of the vagus nerve from repeated binge eating and vomiting. By controlling vagus nerve activity through electrical stimulation, doctors hope to reduce the frequency of vomiting in b...

LSUHSC neurosurgical team discovers novel therapy for intractable hiccups

...-sometimes hiccups are caused by irritation of the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve, measuring about 22 inches, is the longest cranial nerve, wandering throughout the upper body....

Chocolate ingredient could put a stop to persistent coughs and lead to new cough medicines

...ith the placebo. Theobromine works by suppressing vagus nerve activity, which is responsible for causing coughing. The team also discovered that unlike standard cough treatments, theobromine caused no adverse effects on either the cardiovascular or central nervous systems. Professor Maria Belvisi, from Im...

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