Electric stimulator MIO VEIN

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electric stimulator
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MIO VEIN ELECTROTHERAPY Mio Vein is the new 2 channels device able to stimulate calf muscles and helps the correct venous circulation. It is particularly suggested for people suffering from venous diseases and also in all situations that represent potentially risk factors for venous problems. Mio-Vein represents an important home therapy support for venous diseases treatment. TECHNICAL FEATURES Combined electrotherapy unit with 2 independent channels FES preadjusted program 60 mA maximum intensity Width impulse 30-240 ?s Backlight display Easy to use digital keyboard On-line guide on display for fast instructions Operating with internal rechargeable battery CE0476 medical device EQUIPMENT FES Electrotherapy with graphic display 2 connection cables 4 pre-gelled oval electrodes Internal Ni-Mh rechargeable battery pack with new LL technology (long lasting) Charger Belt clip User manual Carriage bag ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VENOUS STASIS: A SOCIAL DISEASE Venous stasis refers to loss of proper function of the veins that would normally carry blood back toward the heart. The reason for this is that humans are upright individuals. The prolonged standing and the gravity pull make difficult venous return. It’s only venous tone and calf muscle strength that enable blood flow back to the heart and avoid flux inversion. This action can be compared to a sponge that is squeezed during human walking and it works as a pump that moves up (back to the heart) blood flow. Venous return is encouraged by walking thanks to muscle pump action that moves up (back to the heart) blood flow. This happens in normal conditions when veins have health valves and walls.


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