Mini Muscle Stimulator (EST)

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Mini Muscle Stimulator

Faradic Current is a short frequency therapeutic current which stimulates motor nerves and causes contraction of the muscle to which they supply. Faradic current is not painful to the patient. No form of the Faradic current is used on completely denervated muscles.It can be classified into 2 types:

  • Plain Faradic: This includes single stimulation with no interruption i.e. it is continuous current.
  • Surged Faradic: It is interrupted therapeutic current and it is also called modified Faradic current.

Galvanic Current is a Direct Electric Current. It can also be classified into 2 types:

  • Plain Galvanic: Its direction of polarity is constant and passes continuously in one direction only.
  • Intermittent or interrupted Galvanic: When galvanic current is reduced to zero suddenly from its peak value electronically it is called Intermittent or Interrupted galvanic current.

Uses of Mini Muscle Stimulator

Faradic current:

  • It is generally used to stimulate ‘innervated’ muscles.
  • Facilitation of Muscle contraction.
  • Re-education of muscle.
  • Neuropraxia of the motor nerve.
  • Pumping action which results in increased venous and lymphatic return.

Galvanic Current:

  • It is used to stimulate ‘denervated’ muscles by non-continuous mode.
  • Used in Neuralgia & Myalgia
  • Preliminary treatment of physiotherapy & circular disorders
  • Neurotids
  • Arthrosis deformities
  • Lontophoresis

Accessories

  • Two Output Leads
  • Two Sets of Velcro
  • Four Pairs of Pad Electrodes
  • One Gel Bottle
  • One Bag

Specification

SpecificationValue
Therapy ModeFaradic, Surge Faradic, Int. Galvanic, Galvanic
Pulse WidthFaradic: 6ms
Int Galvanic: 1-1000 ms
FrequencyFaradic:: 50 Hz
Main Input200-230V 50Hz AC
Weight0.5 Kg
Dimensions (H x W x L)2.2 x 3 x6 cm
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