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Precision Montage™ MRI Spinal Cord Stimulator System

The Precision Montage MRI SCS System provides access to full-body MRI* scans and delivers multiple waveforms for tailored pain relief, all powered by the Illumina 3D™ algorithm.

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Multiple waveforms and full-body MRI access 

With the Precision Montage MRI SCS System, experience the most advanced programming proven to provide excellent pain relief and full-body MRI access.

How it works

The Illumina 3D algorithm

The Illumina 3D algorithm is designed to customize spinal cord stimulation therapy by delivering multiple waveforms to a precise neural target.

Tailored pain relief is delivered through identifying the:

  • Right target with the Illumina 3D algorithm
  • Right waveform with MultiWave™ customized therapy


Why choose the Precision Montage MRI SCS System

The Precision Montage MRI SCS System can accommodate patients requiring access to full-body MRI scans with our full portfolio of leads.

This SCS portfolio features:

  • Safe, full-body MRI access
  • Multiple waveforms 
  • The Illumina 3D algorithm

Featured clinical publications

This Level 1 RCT demonstrates a 74% increase in responder rate when challenging long-term patients can choose their most effective treatment option (paresthesia or paresthesia-free SCS).6

Using a finite-element model of the spinal canal, paresthesia-based SCS provides excellent long-term pain relief.7

SCS clinical data

Multiple Level 1 RCTs and real-world studies support the design of Boston Scientific’s SCS therapy.1-7

Technical specifications

Volume19.8 cc
Thinness10.8 mm
MRI safetyFull-body MRI (1.5T)
System typeIndependent sources, constant current (MICC)
Power sources16
ProgrammingIllumina 3D software
Pulse width20-1000us
Amplitude range0-25.5mA
Wireless accessoriesYes – FreeLink wireless remote and charger

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*MRI Conditional under specified conditions

Results from clinical studies are not predictive of results in other studies. Results in other studies may vary.

  1. Metzger CS, Hammond MB, Paz-Solís JF, et al. A novel fast-acting sub-perception spinal cord stimulation therapy enables rapid onset of analgesia in patients with chronic pain. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2021 Mar;18(3):299-306.
  2. Wallace MS, North JM, Phillips GM, et al. Combination therapy with simultaneous delivery of spinal cord stimulation modalities: COMBO randomized controlled trial. Pain Manag. 2023 Mar;13(3):171-184.
  3. Metzger CS, Hammond MB, Pyles ST, et al. Pain relief outcomes using an SCS device capable of delivering combination therapy with advanced waveforms and field shapes. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2020 Sep;17(9):951-957.
  4. Thomson SJ, Tavakkolizadeh M, Love-Jones S, et al. Effects of Rate on Analgesia in Kilohertz Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulation: Results of the PROCO Randomized Controlled Trial. Neuromodulation. 2018 Jan;21(1):67-76.
  5. Paz-Solís J, Thomson S, Jain R, Chen L, Huertas I, Doan Q. Exploration of High- and Low-Frequency Options for Sub-perception Spinal Cord Stimulation Using Neural Dosing Parameter Relationships: The HALO Study. Neuromodulation. 2022 Jan;25(1):94-102
  6. North J, Loudermilk E, Lee A, et al. Outcomes of a Multicenter, Prospective, Crossover, Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating Sub-perception Spinal Cord Stimulation at ≤1.2 kHz in Previously Implanted Subjects. Neuromodulation. 2020 Jan;23(1):102-108.
  7. Veizi E, Hayek SM, North J, et al. Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) with Anatomically Guided (3D) Neural Targeting Shows Superior Chronic Axial Low Back Pain Relief Compared to Traditional SCS-LUMINA Study. Pain Med. 2017 Aug 1;18(8):1534-1548.