Electrotherapy / Elite Multi-Mode Stimulator
Elite Multi-Mode Stimulator
The Multi-Mode Stimulator is a high-quality, advanced technology medical device designed to be used as a combination interferential and muscle stimulator. The Multi-Mode Stimulator is battery powered using standard AA batteries. Current is generated and controlled by circuitry using Texas Instruments® microprocessor chips. These chips provide the Multi-Mode Stimulator with the greatest degree of control and intelligence on the market today. The Multi-Mode Stimulator was designed for the homecare market and many of the Multi-Mode Stimulator features are the result of countless discussions with patients, physicians and therapists as to what they want and need in a clinic and home use therapy device.
Interferential Current Mode
- Relieves symptoms of chronic pain
- Serves as an adjunct treatment to manage surgical and post-traumatic pain
Neuromuscular Stimulator Mode
- Relaxes muscle spasms
- Increases local blood circulation
- Maintains and increases range of motion
- Prevents or retards:
- Disuse atrophy
- Muscle re-education
- Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles
- Prevents venous thrombosis
- Dual Therapy Channels
- True Interferential Therapy Output
- Neuromuscular Therapy Output
- Symmetrical biphasic square wave with zero net DC component
- Uses 2 Common AA Batteries
- 14 Preset Therapy Protocols (10 Interferential Stimulation, 4 Muscle Stimulation)
- 0-45 milliamps, adjustable
- 1 – 150 Hz Net Interferential Frequency
Interferential Current Mode: Symptomatic relief and management of chronic pain and/or as an adjunctive treatment for the management of post-surgical and post-traumatic pain.
Neuromuscular Stimulator Mode: Relaxation of muscle spasm, increasing local blood circulation, maintaining and increasing range of motion, preventing or retarding disuse atrophy, muscle re-education, and immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis.
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