The transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), also known as percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a method of treating pain by applying low-frequency pulsed electrical current through the skin.
The QL/T type percutaneous electrical nerve stimulator massager machine uses skin electrodes to apply bidirectional asymmetric low-frequency pulsed electrical current to the human body to treat acute and chronic pain.
The product is suitable for adjuvant treatment of acute and chronic pain.
Postoperative incision pain (including various chest, abdominal, and joint surgeries, etc.);
Orthopedic pain (such as acute naked joint sprain, shoulder periarthritis, etc.);
Obstetrical and gynecological pain (lumbar pain and pelvic pain caused during delivery, etc.);
Maxillofacial pain (such as acute toothache);
Low back pain;
Joint pain (such as rheumatoid arthritis);
Neuropathic pain (postherpetic neuralgia, phantom limb pain, peripheral neuropathy, trigeminal neuralgia, etc.);
Headache (such as migraine, tension headache).
The output pulse width is adjustable from 20us to 500us.
The output pulse frequency is continuously adjustable from 2Hz to 160Hz.
Each group has independent output. The peak value of the output current Ip of each group is continuously adjustable from 0mA to 100mA under a load impedance of 1KΩ.
The timing device is continuously adjustable from 5min to 30min.
Advanced human-computer interaction system. The interface is displayed on a color LCD screen, and all treatment data is clear at a glance.
Chinese menu with electronic instruction manual for easier operation.
It can display the treatment waveform, treatment dose, treatment prescription, treatment time, and other data for each channel, making it convenient for nursing rounds.
Unique intelligent control system. The left and right rotation selects parameters, and pressing will confirm the treatment parameters, greatly reducing the workload of medical staff.
Automatic termination reminder and reset function: After the treatment is completed, the stimulator sounds an alert indicating that the treatment is finished, and the current output stops automatically.
Multiple specifications of treatment electrodes can adapt to various parts of the body.
Three treatment modes can be switched: continuous output, slow intermittent output, and fast intermittent output, which are suitable for different treatment uses.
Pain department, rehabilitation department, vascular surgery, neurorehabilitation department, neurology department, neurosurgery department, functional neurosurgery department, rehabilitation medicine department, obstetrics and gynecology department, orthopedics department, internal medicine department, children's rehabilitation center, spinal cord injury rehabilitation department, etc.