Study of Nano-Pulse Stimulation for Sebaceous Hyperplasia Launched
The first patient in a multicenter study of Nano-pulse Electrical Stimulation for Sebaceous Hyperplasia has been treated, according Pulse Biosciences, creator of the technology. NPS is a non-thermal technology that utilizes ultra-short, nanosecond pulsed electrical fields to directly affect cell membranes and intracellular structures while sparing non-cellular tissues.
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