- 1 MHZ and 3 MHZ outputs in single transducer
- Contact control sensor
- Graphic LCD display
- Energy Efficient
- Water resistant transducer
- Two size transducer
- ompact and stylish
- Feather touch Cap-sense keys
- Frequency – 1 MHZ and 3 MHZ
- Therapy modes – Continuous / Pulsed
- Pulse mode – 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 , 60 ,70 , 80 , 90 & 100%
- Pulse Rate – 100Hz
- Intensity – 0.1 – 3 W/cm2
- ERA Transducer (L) – 5cm2
- ERA Transducer (S) – 0.8cm (optional)
- LCD Display – Customised
- Timer – 1 – 99 mins
- Mains Voltage – 90 – 270V / 50 or 60 Hz
- Safety Class – Class I, Type BF (IEC 60601 -1)
- Dimensions – L x B x H – 23 x 22.8 x 8 cms
- Weight – 1.7 Kgs
Ultrasound therapy is a type of medical treatment that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce heat in tissues and promote healing. The therapy is delivered using an ultrasound machine, which emits sound waves that penetrate the skin and underlying tissues. The sound waves cause microscopic vibrations in the tissue, which in turn produce heat and increase blood flow to the affected area.
Ultrasound therapy is typically used to treat musculoskeletal conditions, such as:
- Muscle strains and sprains
- Joint pain
The frequency of ultrasound therapy can range from 1 MHz to 3 MHz. A lower frequency, such as 1 MHz, is typically used for deep tissue penetration, while a higher frequency, such as 3 MHz, is used for shallow tissue penetration.
Ultrasound therapy is typically performed by a physical therapist and is used as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program. The frequency, duration, and intensity of ultrasound therapy may vary depending on the patient’s condition and needs, and it is important to follow the recommendations of a healthcare provider to ensure safe and effective treatment.
It is important to note that ultrasound therapy should only be used under the guidance of a healthcare provider, as some people may experience skin irritation or discomfort during treatment. In addition, ultrasound therapy may not be appropriate for everyone, and some medical conditions may contraindicate its use.
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