Clinical Trials – Medical Devices

Medical device clinical trials are important for the development of new medical technologies and improvement of existing technologies. Our involvement with a number of local and international device companies means that patients have access to potential new treatment options and potentially better outcomes, particularly in the field of chronic pain.

Read our medical devices blog for more information about this type of therapy.

A list of medical device trials that have been conducted at Genesis Research Services appears below.

Avalon: A study to evaluate the safety and performance of a new Spinal Cord Stimulation System using automatic control to treat patients with chronic pain.
ReActiv8 Implantable Neurostimulation System for Chronic Low Back Pain (ReActiv8-B).
A Prospective, Single-Blinded, Dose-Response Study of SCS Therapy using Subthreshold Waveform Patterns in Patients with Chronic Neuropathic Low Back Pain.
A Prospective, Multicentre Study of Low Dose Targeted Drug Delivery (TDD) for Chronic Back Pain Patients who have Failed Spinal Cord Stimulation.
A Data Acquisition Study for the Tournicare Blood Pressure Monitor
Buffered GEnipin Microinvasive Device for Treatment of Low Back Pain from Degenerative Disc Disease – CE Marking Safety and Efficacy Study (GEM-SE).
A Multi-Center, Prospective Clinical Trial of Spinal Cord Stimulation with Varying Parameters for the Treatment of Chronic Back and/or Leg Pain.
Single-Arm, Multicenter, Study to Evaluate Safety and Efficacy of Low Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulator in Subjects with Low Back and/or Leg Pain.