UCLA Team Reports Positive Topline Results from Double-Blind Trial of NeuroSigma's Non-Invasive eTNS System for Treatment of Pediatric ADHD

The trial investigated the effects of eTNS on ADHD as the sole treatment, or "monotherapy." A total of 62 children were enrolled in the trial and used the eTNS therapy each night, at home, for four weeks. The trial's primary endpoint assessment, the ADHD-RS, showed that subjects randomized to active treatment had a statistically significant improvement in their ADHD symptoms compared with the sham group (p = 0.005). The CGI-I scale, a secondary endpoint, also demonstrated statistically significant improvements in ADHD symptoms among subjects randomized to the treatment group (p = 0.003). Side effects were generally mild and transient.

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