Shown here are the results of a Dispersion Meter Test
An electrical current is passed through each electrode for a period of 60 seconds. The electrical voltage output is identical for each electrode. The shaded area shows the current being dispersed through the electrodes. Because of Lead-Lok's uniques manufacturing process, these electrodes are able to fully disperse the electrical current accross the entire surface of the electrode.
We also use copper lead wires with special heads that help promote greater dispersion and prevent wire pull out. Finally, we use only the finest gel on the market today for greater reusablity and superior performance. You simply cannot buy a better TENS Unit Electrode!
Electrodes do not stick well if any lotion, oil, make-up, dirt, ect., is left on skin. Wash treatment areas with soap and water. Rinse thoroughly. Dry completely.
Connect stimulater cables securely to the electrodes so no metal is visible.
When removing electrodes from liner or skin, lift on corner gently and pull. DO NOT pull by the cables. Doing so may damage electrodes.
Adhesive increases when electrodes reach skin temperature. To increase adhesion further, apply small amount of water and air dry couple of seconds. If electrodes are extremely dry or to decrease ashesion, use more water and let air dry for a couple of hours.
Adjust stimulator off BEFORE attempting to remove electrodes from skin.
Single patient use only.
DO NOT apply to broken skin.
Should a skin rash occur, immediatly discontinue use and contact your clinician.
DO NOT stimulate while driving or operating machinery.
DO NOT exceed 0.1 watts.
Clean gel surface after each use by holding under dripping water for 5-10 seconds, while gently rubbing gel surface with fingertips.
After cleaning, return electrodes to the liner and store in package at room temperature.
Electrode longevitly varies, depending on maintenance, skin condition, frequentcy of uses, type and site of stimulation. Effective adhesion may be extended by careful cleaning and storing.