Ultrasound diathermy unit Sonopulse tabletop1-channel

ultrasound diathermy unit
ultrasound diathermy unit
ultrasound diathermy unit
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Characteristics

Type
ultrasound diathermy unit
Ergonomics
tabletop
Number of channels
1-channel

Description

The equipment Sonopulse (1 MHz and 3 MHz) is equipment microcontrolled by therapeutic ultrasound, designed for esthetics and physical rehabilitation treatments. The ultrasound emission mode can be adjusted in continuous or pulsed; the pulsed mode with pulse repetition frequency of 100 Hz, 48 Hz or 16 Hz and pulse ratio of 1/2 (50%) and 1/5 (20%). O equipment presents a PROG key, which allows the choice of 46 pre-programmed treatment protocols and 20 private protocols. Sonopulse (1 MHz and 3 MHz) must be used with coupling gel. The wavelength of 1 MHz reaches an approximate depth of 5 cm and the wavelength of 3 MHz reaches a depth in the tissue of approximately 1 to 2 cm. The equipment also presents an ergonomic transducer with double function, which consists of the choice of effective radiation area (ERA) of 7cm² or of 3cm²; ERA of 7cm² which allows the selection of frequency of 1 MHz or 3 MHz, with maximum power of 3W; ERA of 3cm² which presents frequency of 1MHz, with maximum power of 3W; inlet for combined therapy and a larger graphic display, which facilitates the identification of protocols and programs. The equipment must be used only under prescription and supervision of a licensed professional. Indications Relief of pain; Reduction of muscle spasms; Increase in local blood flow; Increase of amplitude of movement in articulation contracture using heat associated with stretching techniques; Adhesive capsulitis; Bursitis with slight calcification; Myositis: Soft-tissue lesion; Shortening of tendons post-lesion and scar; Capsular tension; Capsular scars.

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