Tuesday, July 20, 2010
The VNS is a pacemaker-like device that's implanted in the left part of my chest, under the skin. A wire will run up and wrap around the Vagus Nerve in my neck. A small amount of electricity will pulse from the device, through the wire and straight to my Vagus Nerve that, in turn, runs to my brain and effectively lowers or prevents my seizures.
I've read some about the device and there's really nothing but praise about what it can do. It's an out-patient procedure which it good or bad depending on the pain and recovery.
At this point, I'd do anything to lower the amount of entries in this blog.