Spinal cord stimulation in peripheral arterial occlusive disease – long-term results in 91 patients

J.G.V. Koster, M. Schmutzler, F.M. Müller & S. Asgari
Objective: Over a 30-year-period, epidural neurostimulation has been used to treat pain caused by different etiologies including the different types of ischemic pain. Sympatholytic activity secondarily improves blood perfusion of the tissues (tcPO2) and thus implies an improvement of the survival time[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]