ProMed Flex Plus Black Carbon Film TENS Electrodes, 2 in Round - 4 Pads
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Apply only to unbroken skin
Clean and dry the area to which the electrodes are to be applied with soap and water prior to application of the electrode.
Plug the lead wire into the Pin Connector on the pre-wired electrode.
To apply to the skin:remove the protective liner from the electrode and apply to the prescribed location.
To remove: Lift the corner of the electrode and peel holding both the black electrode and the edge of the adhesive.
Place the electrodes on glossy side of storage card and remove the lead wires by twisting and pulling at the same time.
Clean the skin with soap and water after removal. Repeated application may be improved by washing the adhesive for one second under cold running water and allowing to air dry (do not heat it). Over saturation with water will reduce the adhesive properties of the electrode. Or moisten skin with tap water and allow 1 minute for the adhesive to anchor to the skin before putting any tension on the lead wire attached to the electrode.
The electrode pads are intended for use by one patient only. Do not share TENS Unit Electrodes.
Adjust stimulator according to stimulator and health professional instructions for your treatment.
Do not apply to broken skin. If rash or skin irritation occurs, discontinue use and contact your physician. Do not use while driving a motorized vehicle, or operating machinery. Do not exceed 0.1 watts.
Federal Law restricts this device to sale by, or on the order of, a physician or other licensed practitioner. Use a neurostimulator approved for distribution within the USA.
Do's and Don't's for TENS Electrode Removal
Do: Peel electrode pad from liner or skin by lifting at any corner.
Don't: Pull on the wire at any time for removal.
When removing electrode pads from the liner, peel up by any corner.
Save original liner and packaging for storage of tens electrodes.
When treatment is done, remove electrode pad from the skin by again peeling up from any corner.
Place tens unit electrodes back on original liner and in original packaging.
If electrode gel would seem dry, add just a few drops of water on the gel.
TENS is a non-invasive, drug free method of controlling pain, which uses tiny electrical impulses sent through the skin to nerves in order to modify your pain perception. In most people it is effective in reducing or eliminating the pain.
Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS)
EMS works by sending electronic pulses to the muscle(s). This is achieved by sending low frequency electric pulses through muscle tissue causing them to gently contract. In this way the muscles are passively exercised and blood flow is increased
Galvanic Stimulators use direct current, which creates an electrical field over the treated area. The positive pad works like ice, causing reduced circulation to the area under the pad. The negative pad works like heat, causing increased circulation.
IF sends small comfortable electrical impulses through your skin to work on deeper tissue stimulation. The sensation works to prevent pain signals from reaching the brain.
Infrared Light Therapy help the body by delivering specific light waveforms that increase circulation. Increasing circulation helps promote healing, lessen swelling, and helps in reducing pain.
Portable Ultrasounds give advanced pain relief using sonic stimulation of soft tissue cells. They generate pulsed, high frequency sound waves, which travel deep into the tissue, generating vasodilation. This helps increase blood flow to the treated area.
Russian stimulation uses medium frequencies to provide stimulation to muscle groups. This is used to reduce muscle spasms as well as for muscle strengthening. This method was created to produce maximal muscle strengthening effects.
Microcurrent Therapy uses extremely small amounts of electrical current (millionths of an amp) to help relieve pain and heal soft tissues of the body. The electrical current used in Microcurrent Therapy is so small that it is rarely felt.