The Electronic Muscle Stimulator uses a low voltage to target motor nerves (responsible for muscle movements) to cause a specific muscle contraction. Contraction/relaxation of muscles effectively treats a variety of musculoskeletal and vascular conditions. This electronic muscle stimulator differs from other types of units; its stimulation is designed to prevent or retard disuse atrophy, facilitate strengthening programs, re-educate muscles following orthopedic surgery/joint replacement, encourage proper gait training, retard shoulder subluxation, and reduce muscle spasms from chronic pain syndromes. The liquid crystal display clearly shows the stimulating mode/pulse width/pulse rate and displays the timer. The electronic muscle stimulator comes complete with a portable carrying case, battery clip, 9 volt battery, and an easy to follow set up guide.
Electronic Muscle Stimulator Features:
- Provides effective muscle contractions.
- Comes with carry case, 4 2x2 electrodes, 9 volt battery, and instruction guide>
- For use on all major muscle groups.
- Allows for flexibility with electrode placement - not made with integrated wraps like competitor's products.
- Should not be used by individuals with pacemakers and defibrillators.
NOTE: These units are approved by the FDA. The FDA authorization number for these units is K002336
Recommend Manufacturer HCPC: E0730
Musculoskeletal and vascular conditions
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Electronic Muscle Stimulator Technical Specifications:
- Channel: dual, isolated between channels.
- Output waveform: asymmetric square pulse.
- Amplitude: adjustable 0-80 MA, peak @ 500 ohm each channel.
- Pulse Rate: adjustable 2-120 Hz.
- Pulse Width: adjustable 50-260 us.
- Cycle on Time: adjustable 1-30 seconds.
- Cycle off Time: adjustable 1-45 seconds.
- Mode: Synchronous, Constant and Alternate.
- Battery: one 9 volt
Electronic Muscle Stimulator Mode Functions:
- Synchronous (S) - The pulses of Channel 1 and Channel 2 are synchronous. While Channel 1 is activated, Channel 2 will be activated simultaneously. The pulses active and inactive duration is controlled by ON TIME and OFF TIME.
- Constant (C) - Both Channel 1 and Channel 2 are continuous pulses under an adjustable pulse rate. The functions of ON TIME, OFF TIME and RAMP are all disabled.
- Alternate (A) - The pulses of Channel 1 and Channel 2 are Alternative. When Channel 1 is activated, Channel 2 will be inactivated and vice versa.
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