Different currents in low frequency

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Different currents in low frequency

  1. 1. DIFFERENT CURRENTS INLOW FREQUENCYA.THANGAMANI RAMALINGAM
  2. 2. ELECTRICAL STIMULATIONAGENTS / MODALITIES  Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) Interferential Therapy (IFT) Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Faradic Stimulation Iontophoresis High Voltage Pulsed Galvanic Stimulation (HVPGS) Low Intensity Direct Current (LIDC) and Pulsed LIDC Twin Peak Monophasic Stimulation Diadynamic Therapy H Wave Therapy ; Action Potential System (APS) Russian Stimulation : Medium Frequency Stimulation Rebox Therapy; Scenar Therapy Microcurrent Therapy (MCT)
  3. 3. CURRENTS
  4. 4. WAVE FORMS
  5. 5. DIADYNAMIC THERAPY /STIMULATION
  6. 6. IFT
  7. 7. HIGH TENS
  8. 8. LOW TENS
  9. 9. MODULATION
  10. 10. HVPC
  11. 11. RUSSIAN CURRENT
  12. 12. REBOX DEVICES 1970 Pulse type : Train Pulse mode : Unipolar Shape : Rectangular Pulse frequency : 200-5000 Hz Pulse duration : 50–250 μs Amplitude : 1–300 μA Type of Electrode : Probe
  13. 13. MICROCURRENT“low-intensity direct current that delivers monophasic or biphasic pulsed microamperage currents across the intact surface of the skin’’ MET uses currents that are 1/1000th of an ampere smaller than those delivered by standard TENS devices (milliamperes) Microcurrent electrical nerve stimulation Microamperage stimulation Low-intensity direct current and Pulsed low intensity direct current
  14. 14. INDICATIONSAlleviation of  Osteoarthrotis Pain  Osteoporosis Inflammation  Sports injuries Spasm  Fractures  Wounds andPromotion of  Ulcers Healing
  15. 15. MICROCURRENT 850 Specifications Channels :Dual Power Source :9V alkaline battery Output Voltage :12 volts Timer :20, 40 min and constant Frequency :0.3, 8 and 80Hz

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