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Four Basic Types of Stimulators for Urinary Control

  1. Sacral Nerve Stimulator: Implanted device to control the bladder by sending electrical impulses to the nerve that controls the bladder, sacral nerve, sphincter and the muscles around it.
  2. Tibial Nerve Stimulator: Uses percutaneous electrodes to control the bladder by stimulating the tibial nerve in the lower leg.
  3. Pelvic Floor Stimulator: Provides stimulation to the pelvic floor muscles to improve the opening and closing of the urethral.
  4. Direct Muscle Stimulation: Uses an implanted electrode to stimulate the bladder and muscles around it.
  5. An implanted device, currently under investigation, uses electrodes to stimulate the pudendal nerve to provide bladder function.

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