Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation/ Tens 2 Channel LCD 12 Program

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation/ Tens 2 Channel LCD 12 Program

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation/ Tens 2 Channel LCD 12 Program

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Product Code :TN01A
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Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation/ Tens 2 Channel LCD 12 Program


Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS or TNS) is the use of electric current produced by a device to stimulate the nerves for therapeutic purposes.

acco TENS Unit Dual Channel is a Premium Light Weight, compact model with LCD Display designed for Home use and for Home visit purpose for Physiotherapist. The model is electric operated and comes with all accessories. The model has 12 programs inbuilt for ease of Therapist.


Features:

1.    Best for different Chronic other Pain management

2.    Dual Independent Channel

3.    LCD Display

4.    Soft Touch buttons

5.    Adjustable Frequency

6.    Light Weight

7.    Portable & Compact Model

8.    Easy to carry

9.    Electric Operated

10.  Comes in Carry Bag


Technical Specifications:

Model:                            Digital Computerized

No of Channels:             2 (4pads)

Display:                          LCD

Output Characteristics:  Constant Current (CC)

Programs:                      12 Programs

Maximum Output:           80V

Operating Voltage:         220 V

Dimension:                     20x13x6 cm

Weight:                           850 Grams


Standard Accessories:

Wires: 2 Pc

Rubber Electrodes: 4 Pcs

Velcro Strap: 1 Set (1 Small, 1 Medium & 1 Large)

Main Cord: 1 Pc (Attached with unit)

Carry Bag: 1 Pc


Indications:

TENS units may help treat the following symptoms:

 

Contraindications:

Although it is safe for most people, experts recommend that in below mentioned situation, avoid TENS treatment unless a doctor advises its use.

  • Pregnant women: Pregnant women should avoid using TENS in the abdominal and pelvic regions.
  • People with epilepsy: Applying electrodes to the head or neck of people with epilepsy may induce seizures.
  • People with a pacemaker or another type of electrical or metal implant.

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