Digital Ultra-G Galvanic Stimulator - Includes Battery and AC Adapter
Digital Ultra-G Galvanic Stimulator - Includes Battery and AC Adapter

Digital Ultra-G Galvanic Stimulator - Includes Battery and AC Adapter

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Digital Ultra-G Galvanic Stimulator - Includes Battery and AC Adapter
High Voltage Pulsed Galvanic Stimulator
  • Electric myostimulation has proven its high value as a method of pain therapy and is a great help to the experienced therapist.
  • The unit is a Dual Channel Electric Stimulator for active treatment application, which is equipped with a Liquid Crystal Display indicating operation modes and output as well as an 8-bit micro computer for controlling the system.
  • The electronic of the unit create electric impulses can be adjusted through the button or knob.
  • The High Voltage Pulsed Galvanic Stimulator has a "twin peaked monophasic waveform with fixed interpulse intervals of 100 us. Each pulse is much shorter in duration and can achieve much higher voltage than conventional stimulator.

Galvanic stimulation is most useful in acute injuries associated with major tissue trauma with bleeding or swelling. In contrast to TENS and IFC units, which apply alternating current, galvanic stimulators apply direct current.

High-voltage Pulsed Galvanic Stimulation (HVPGS) is being used for wound healing, edema reduction and pain relief carpal tunnel syndrome and diabetic neuropathy are examples of where galvanic stimulation is used.

Direct current creates an electrical field over the treated area that, theoretically, changes blood flow. The positive pad behaves like ice, causing reduced circulation to the area under the pad and reduction in swelling. The negative pad behaves like heat, causing increased circulation, reportedly speeding healing. The Galvanic Stimulator (direct current) is the best modality for iontophoresis treatments and comes with 1 year warranty against mechanical defects.

Questions: Manufacturer 1-888-267-5422 or http://www.paintechnology.com

 

Features:

Technical Specifications:

  • Channel: Single channel. Two active outputs and one dispersive return. Where active 1 and dispersive located on the output of CH1, the active 2 located on the output of CH2.
  • Output Voltage: Adjustable, 0-350 volts maximum (500 ohm load)
  • Pulse Rate: 1Hz - 120Hz (adjustable), 1Hz/step
  • Pulse Duration: 5 us.
  • IntraPulse Interval: 100 us.
  • Software Pump Up: Change mode or A mode, the output will reset to zero then ramp up to its original setting intensity. It protects users from sudden surge. Shows modes, pulse rate, and low battery.

Directions:

  • Prepare the skin
    • Prepare the skin according to instructions provided with your electrodes. Before attaching electrodes, identify the area in which your physician/practitioner has recommended for electrode placement.
  • Connect lead wires to the electrodes
    • Connect the lead wires to the electrodes before applying the electrodes to the skin.
  • Place electrodes on skin
    • Place electrodes on the skin as recommended by your physician.
  • Insert lead wire connector to device
    • Plug end of lead wire into the channel output receptacle to be used, pushing plug in as far as it will go.
  • Adjusting channel intensity control
    • Locate the intensity control knob at the top of the unit. Slowly turn the intensity control knob for channel 1 clockwise until you reach the intensity recommended by your medical professional. Always start with the lowest step and increase slowly.

Package Includes:

  • High Voltage Pulsed Galvanic Stimulator Unit
  • 2 Pair of Lead Wires (pin style)
  • 4 Self-Stick pre-gelled re-usable TENS Electrodes
  • 9V Battery
  • Carrying Case
  • Instruction Booklet
  • Optional Items: Conductive Electrode Prep Spray (prolongs electrode life), Recharger and Rechargeable Battery, Extra Electrode Pads.

Warnings:

  • The device must be kept out of reach of children.
  • The safety of device for use during pregnancy or delivery has not been established.
  • Do not place electrodes on front of throat. This may result in spasms of the laryngeal and pharyngeal muscles.
  • Do not place the electrodes over the cartoid nerve.
  • The device is not effective for pain of central origin. (headaches)
  • The device may interfere with electronic monitoring equipment (such as ECG monitors and ECG alarms).
  • Electrodes should not be placed over eyes, in the mouth, or internally.
  • These devices have no curative value.
  • These devices should be used only under the continued supervision of a physician.
  • The device is a symptomatic treatment and as such suppresses the sensation of pain which would otherwise serve as a protective mechanism.

Precautions/Adverse Reactions:

  • Isolated cases of skin irritation may occur at the site of electrode placement following long-term application.
  • Stimulation should be stopped and electrodes removed until the cause of irritation can be determined.
  • Effectiveness is highly dependent upon patient selection by a person qualified in the management of pain patients.
  • If the device treatment become ineffective or unpleasant, stimulation should be discontinued until reevaluation by a physician.
  • Always turn off the device before applying or removing electrodes.
  • Skin irritation and electrode burns are potential adverse reactions.

Pain Management Technologies
1340 Home Ave. Bldg
Akron, Ohio 44310
©http://www.paintechnology.com

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