Deep Brain Stimulation
Deep brain stimulation is a surgery that involves the implanting of electrodes in certain areas of the patient’s brain. Electrical impulses are produced by these electrodes to regulate any abnormal impulses in the brain. These electrical impulses can also affect certain chemicals and cells in the brain. The amount of stimulation that the brain receives in this procedure is controlled by a device, much like a pacemaker, placed under the patient’s skin in the upper chest. A wire travels under the skin to connect this device to the electrodes.
Why is it done?
Deep Brain Stimulation is a treatment for a number of movement disorders and is reserved for the people who are unable to control their symptoms with simple medication. The deep brain stimulation treatment can be used to treat:
- Parkinson’s disease
- Essential tremor
- Chronic pain
- Tourette syndrome
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
Deep brain stimulation is a generally safe procedure.However, any type of surgery carries risks.
- Bleeding in the brain
- Breathing problems
- Heart problems
After surgery Risks
- Temporary pain and swelling at implantation site
- Hardware complications
The device is turned on after a few weeks. Finding the setting that best suits the patient might take some trial and error, which may cause some side effects. These side effects will howeverimprove with the adjustments made to the device.
Side effects of stimulation
- Muscle tightness of the face or arm
- Numbness or tingling sensations
- Balance problems
- Speech problems
- Unwanted mood changes, such as mania and depression
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