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BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator

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The BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator is designed for use by individuals with stroke, head trauma, muscle disuse atrophy, and pain. It is a two channel analog device with three modes of operation: cycled, constant, and reciprocal. The device provides muscle stimulation in acute medical conditions such as immobilized limbs, long-term disuse or prolonged bed rest, muscle weakness, and muscle spasticity following a stroke. It increases range of motion, re-educates muscles, prevents venous thrombosis, and improves blood circulation.

Technical Specifications: 

Stimulator Kit contents:

  • 2 pair electrodes
  • 4 Leadwires
  • (1) 9V battery

Dimensions: 9.90 centimeters x 6.98 centimeters x 2.54 centimeters.

Weight: 4.6 ounces. 

Dual Channels

Waveform: Symmetrical square biphasic (NMS)

Power supply: 9-volt battery.

Output Voltage: 49 volts peak.

Pulse rate: 1 hertz to 80 hertz.

Color: Blue.

Available

Price Check
Price: 
61.93
as of: 
01/27/2017
BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator

Made By:

Biomedical Life Systems
Biomedical Life Systems Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
PO Box 1360
92085-1360 Vista , CA United States
Email address: sales@bmls.com
Phone: 800-726-8367
Fax: 760-727-4220
California US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
760-727-5600
Web Address: 
http://www.bmls.com

Sold By:

Health Products For You
Health Products For You Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
82 North Street
6810 Danbury , CT United States
Phone: 866-316-0162
Fax: 203-616-2851
Connecticut US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
203-616-2850
Web Address: 
http://www.healthproductsforyou.com
 
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