Cala Trio band uses a proprietary skin interface, improving the experience of sticky hydrogel electrodes. The band can be used for months before needing to be replaced. The performance of the band deteriorates with exposure to dry skin, skins oils, and dust. Over the course of months, the band is eventually unable to support effective…

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See the section on How to Recalibrate Cala Trio in the HCP Guide. In order to ensure effective therapy, or if the device is calibrated incorrectly Cala Trio may need to be recalibrated after initial setup. From the time screen, press the UP and DOWN buttons simultaneously for three seconds to enter the Calibration Menu.…

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Calibration is important to ensure an effective therapy. During a stimulation session, the device sends patterned stimulation to the median and radial nerves based on the patients’ tremor frequency. Tremor frequency is determined by measuring 3 postural holds performed during setup. Tremor frequency in patients with essential tremor is typically 4-12 Hz. If the patient…

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The optimal stimulation level for Cala Trio therapy should be perceptible but comfortable tingling sensation in their thumb, pointer, middle, and ring fingers. Your patient may notice that as they move their hand around the intensity and location of sensation can change. Exactly where they position the device, the amount of water they apply to…

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In our clinical study of Cala Trio therapy (see the Health Care Professional Guide for details), participants who experienced tremor reduction from therapy observed this after the 40-minute stimulation session. We recommend using Cala Trio twice per day for two weeks to evaluate if and how therapy works for you. Note that it is designed…

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