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Richmar TheraTouch DX2 - Model: DQSWD2

Richmar TheraTouch DX2 - Model: DQSWD2
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Richmar TheraTouch DX2 - Model: DQSWD2

Diathermy is a quite common practice that is widely used by occupational therapists, Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, and many other pain management specialists. Do you need a professional Diathermy unit for your office or hospital? Check out the new TheraTouch DX2 Diathermy! Richmar has gone above and beyond when they created this unit. Are you typically waiting anywhere between 5 and 6 minutes for your diathermy to heat up? That long wait is over! The TheraTouch DX2 heats up on average in less than 45 seconds! It heats so quickly thanks to the patented H.E.A.T. technology (High Efficiency Auto Tuning). An amazing achievement of this particular product, the TheraTouch DX2 is the only diathermy machine indicated for Microcirculation at Dose 1 and is also FDA approved.



View the Full Operations Manual:pdf manualTheraTouch DX2 Manual



Questions: Contact Manufacturer at 1-888-549-4945



Diathermy Machine Features:

  • Easy-to-use, touch-screen interface
  • USB port for easy software upgrades
  • Qualitative Thermal Dosimetry with six settings included
  • Heats up on average in less than 45 seconds
  • 100W max power in continuous mode; 200W peak power in pulsed mode
  • Dual treatment indicators on both the unit and the monode drum
  • Anatomical treatment guide
  • Save up to 99 user-defined favorites
  • Robust 360-degree pivoting arm to withstand the everyday rigors of clinical use
  • Programmed with evidence based protocols and specific patient indications
  • 9 evidence-based Quick Links by Indication


Technical

  • Manufacturer Product Number: #DQSWD2
  • Continuous Mode Output: 100W Average Power at 50Ω
  • Pulsed Mode Output: 200W Peak Power at 50Ω
  • Power: 100-240 V ~; 50/60 Hz
  • Output Frequency: 27.12 MHz ± 0.6%
  • Power Increment Settings: .5 W
  • Pulse Width: 20 - 400 μsec in 20 μsec increments
  • Pulse Frequencies: 10 - 800 Hz in 10 Hz increments
  • Treatment Duration: 1 - 30 min in 1 min increments
  • Electrical Class: CLASS I
  • Electrical Type: TYPE BF
  • Regulatory Risk Class: IIb according to MDD 93/42/EEC
  • 3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty


Includes

  • One (1) DQSWD2 TheraTouch® DX2 Main Device & Cart
  • One (1) DQSWDX TheraTouch® DX2 Medical Grade Power Cord
  • One (1) DQSWD2-MAN TheraTouch® DX2 User Manual
  • One (1) DQSWD-D Monode Drum (14cm diameter)
  • One (1) DQSWD2-MA Mechanical Arm
  • One (1) DQSWD2-C Coaxial Cable
  • One (1) Wrench (10mm)
  • One (1) Test Report


Warnings

  • DO NOT administer shortwave diathermy on a patient who has had an implant in the past unless you are certain that the implant and all leads in their entirety have been removed. Note that the leads are often left implanted after the implant is removed.
  • This device generates non-ionizing radiation. Patients with implanted electronic devices, such as cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators, cochlear implants, bone growth stimulators, deep brain stimulators, spinal cord stimulators, and other nerve stimulators, must not be treated or in the treatment area of shortwave diathermy, even if the device has been turned off.
  • This equipment generates radio frequency energy that may interfere with other devices if not installed and used in accordance with instructions.
  • It is recommended that each user read, understand, and practice the precautionary instructions while operating this device. Observe the limitations and hazards associated with using any shortwave diathermy device, as well as the precautionary and operational decals on the device.
  • DO NOT use sharp objects such as a pencil point or ballpoint pen to operate the buttons on the control panel, as damage may occur.
  • DO NOT lean on or hold mechanical arm, drum applicator or coaxial cable during treatment. In addition to the possibility of strong heating effect, it could expose the user and/or operator to high voltages, and/or damage the mechanical arm.
  • Do not leave patient unattended during shortwave diathermy therapy.
  • This device should be kept out of the reach of children.              
  • Make certain that the mechanical arm is locked firmly into place during shortwave diathermy therapy using the three joints adjustments to prevent unintentional movement.


Other

Scientific Dosage Control (SDC)

Traditional diathermy units that are on the market today provide a dosimetric scale that is categorized into only four doses.

  • Dose I – Sub thermal
  • Dose II – Mild Heat
  • Dose III – Low Heat
  • Dose IV – Vigorous Heat

With the TheraTouch DX2’s tighter titration, two additional dosimetry options are now available.

  • Dose III SDC M – Moderate Heat
  • Dose III SDC H – High Heat


Country of Origin: China - CN

Richmar
4120 South Creek Road | Chattanooga, TN 37406

Product Reviews
  • Easy-to-use, touch-screen interface
  • USB port for easy software upgrades
  • Qualitative Thermal Dosimetry with six settings included
  • Heats up on average in less than 45 seconds
  • 100W max power in continuous mode; 200W peak power in pulsed mode
  • Dual treatment indicators on both the unit and the monode drum
  • Anatomical treatment guide
  • Save up to 99 user-defined favorites
  • Robust 360-degree pivoting arm to withstand the everyday rigors of clinical use
  • Programmed with evidence based protocols and specific patient indications
  • 9 evidence-based Quick Links by Indication
  • Manufacturer Product Number: #DQSWD2
  • Continuous Mode Output: 100W Average Power at 50Ω
  • Pulsed Mode Output: 200W Peak Power at 50Ω
  • Power: 100-240 V ~; 50/60 Hz
  • Output Frequency: 27.12 MHz ± 0.6%
  • Power Increment Settings: .5 W
  • Pulse Width: 20 - 400 μsec in 20 μsec increments
  • Pulse Frequencies: 10 - 800 Hz in 10 Hz increments
  • Treatment Duration: 1 - 30 min in 1 min increments
  • Electrical Class: CLASS I
  • Electrical Type: TYPE BF
  • Regulatory Risk Class: IIb according to MDD 93/42/EEC
  • 3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

Scientific Dosage Control (SDC)

Traditional diathermy units that are on the market today provide a dosimetric scale that is categorized into only four doses.

  • Dose I – Sub thermal
  • Dose II – Mild Heat
  • Dose III – Low Heat
  • Dose IV – Vigorous Heat

With the TheraTouch DX2’s tighter titration, two additional dosimetry options are now available.

  • Dose III SDC M – Moderate Heat
  • Dose III SDC H – High Heat
  • DO NOT administer shortwave diathermy on a patient who has had an implant in the past unless you are certain that the implant and all leads in their entirety have been removed. Note that the leads are often left implanted after the implant is removed.
  • This device generates non-ionizing radiation. Patients with implanted electronic devices, such as cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators, cochlear implants, bone growth stimulators, deep brain stimulators, spinal cord stimulators, and other nerve stimulators, must not be treated or in the treatment area of shortwave diathermy, even if the device has been turned off.
  • This equipment generates radio frequency energy that may interfere with other devices if not installed and used in accordance with instructions.
  • It is recommended that each user read, understand, and practice the precautionary instructions while operating this device. Observe the limitations and hazards associated with using any shortwave diathermy device, as well as the precautionary and operational decals on the device.
  • DO NOT use sharp objects such as a pencil point or ballpoint pen to operate the buttons on the control panel, as damage may occur.
  • DO NOT lean on or hold mechanical arm, drum applicator or coaxial cable during treatment. In addition to the possibility of strong heating effect, it could expose the user and/or operator to high voltages, and/or damage the mechanical arm.
  • Do not leave patient unattended during shortwave diathermy therapy.
  • This device should be kept out of the reach of children.              
  • Make certain that the mechanical arm is locked firmly into place during shortwave diathermy therapy using the three joints adjustments to prevent unintentional movement.
  • One (1) DQSWD2 TheraTouch® DX2 Main Device & Cart
  • One (1) DQSWDX TheraTouch® DX2 Medical Grade Power Cord
  • One (1) DQSWD2-MAN TheraTouch® DX2 User Manual
  • One (1) DQSWD-D Monode Drum (14cm diameter)
  • One (1) DQSWD2-MA Mechanical Arm
  • One (1) DQSWD2-C Coaxial Cable
  • One (1) Wrench (10mm)
  • One (1) Test Report
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