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FDA gives clearance for opioid addiction withdrawal treatment

The FDA gave clearance  for a neurological device with an indication to aid in the reduction of opioid withdrawal symptoms. The NSS-2 BRIDGE device, pioneered by Indiana-based medical technology firm Innovative Health Solutions (IHS), is placed behind the ear with micro-needle arrays that percutaneously implant in and around the ear. Research study results of the technology […]

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