But the fact that they're able to do so and save lives is a remarkable feat. I can only hope that we can eventually make most strokes much less debilitating.
I walked out under my own power with some super-duper Ibuprofen. After 5 days I was back to normal, no pain at all.
I’m not going to lie, if I have a choice between invasive brain surgery and the thin cable, I’ll take the cable.
Not when the only alternative is open-brain surgery with drilling and sawing big openings in the skull.
When I heard the doctors closed off the leak without opening his head I was amazed.
They guide the wire by giving you a kind of "live" x-ray.
Maybe useful for future BMI development/integration.