Diabetic Gastroparesis Neurostimulator
A gastric neurostimulator, similar to a pacemaker, has been developed to assist people with gastroparesis. The pacemaker is a battery-operated, electronic device that is surgically implanted. It emits mild electrical pulses that stimulate the stomach to contract, pushing food into the small intestine.
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