Hollywog WiTouch Professional Wireless TENS Unit
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WiTouch™ Professional Wireless TENS Unit

WiTouch™ Professional Wireless TENS Unit

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  • Specifications 500 ohm test load
    Output Channels:Single channel
    Frequency:5 to 120 Hz
    Volts and current:0 to 50 volts, 0 to 100 mA (milliamps) adjustable
    Pulse width:120 to 240 microseconds (µs)
    Pulse shape:asymmetric biphasic square wave
    Timer:30 minutes
    Power Source Device: Two (2) AAA batteries (Internally Powered)
    Power Source Remote Control: One (1) CR2032 Lithium battery (Internally Powered)
    Weight:4.8 oz (136 g), (including battery)
    Safety Standards:IEC/EN/UL 60601-1, IEC/EN 60601-1-2, IEC 60601-2-10, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1, EN 300200 / EN 301498-3
  • Q. What is the difference between TENS, EMS, and MENS?

    A. TENS, EMS, and MENS (Micro-Current) refers to the transmission of small electrical pulses through the skin to the underlying peripheral nerves. 1 mA (milliamp) equals 0.001 amp, and 1 μA (microamp) equals 0.001 mA.

    TENS or Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation is characterized by high voltage, sensory current (ie; 1 to 80 mA). Tens devices are used for the symptomatic relief and management of chronic (long-term) intractable pain. Common uses include; acute and chronic pain, back and cervical muscular and disc syndromes, arthritis, shoulder syndromes, neuropathies, and many other painful conditions.

    EMS(Electro Muscle Stimulation) or Neuromuscular stimulation is achieved by sending small electrical impulses through the skin to the underlying motor units (nerves and muscles) to create an involuntary muscle contraction. EMS devices are used to relax muscle spasms, prevent/retard disuse atrophy, increase local blood circulation, and maintain or increase range of motion.

    MENS or Micro-Current is characterized by a sub sensory current (ie; 100 to 900 μA) that increase ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) levels to promote healing. Microamp acts on the body's naturally occurring very low voltage electrical impulses to help decrease pain. Common uses include; chronic and acute pain, swelling, TMJ dysfunctions, post-op care, sports injuries, and arthritis.



    Q. What are the contraindictions for TENS, EMS, and MENS?

    A. Do not use any electro-therapy device for any of the following: on patients with cardiac pacemakers of any type, over the carotid sinus area, near or around the eyes, near or around the heart, transcerebally, transthoracically, to remove pain syndromes until etiology has been established, on pregnant women, over or near a known or suspected malignancy, on patients who have skin disease, on patients who have implants of any electrical nature, and on patients with cardiac disease.
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