Pulse Biosciences announces positive results from NPS technology study
Pulse Biosciences announced clinical efficacy results of its first multi-center study of Nano-Pulse Stimulation technology for the treatment of seborrheic keratosis lesions in humans. The findings will be featured at the 2018 American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery Annual Conference to be held in Dallas on April 11-15, 2018. The company also will present data from the first-in-human clinical study of NPS dose-response effects. These definitive studies establish the foundation for future therapeutic applications of NPS across a range of benign and cancerous skin growths. In the clinical trial of SK elimination using the novel, non-thermal NPS technology, seborrheic keratosis lesion reduction assessments of a single, localized SK treatment showed that 82% of 174 treated lesions were rated as clear or mostly clear after 106 days in 58 adult patients. An independent, blinded photographic review of lesion images scored 71% of lesions as clear or mostly clear. Patients rated 78% of lesion outcomes as satisfied or mostly satisfied, closely mirroring investigator ratings. Thomas Rohrer, MD, a leading dermatologic and Mohs skin cancer surgeon in Boston, MA will present study results on Friday, April 13 at 4:37pm CST in a talk titled First Clinical Use of Non-Thermal Nano-Pulse Stimulation to Eliminate Seborrheic Keratosis Lesions.