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Phonophoresis-Bon #174954

Indication for Phonophoresis Subcutaneous inflammatory conditions
Contrindications for Phonophoresis 1)Allergy to med 2)CA 3)Over Carotid sinus,eyes,spine,testes,ovaries 4)Encapsulated infection 5) Decreased sensation 6)Pacemaker 7)Pregnancy 8) Radiation tx site 9)TB 10)Thrombus 11)Active Bleeding
What is Phonophoresis? process in which whole medicinal molecules are driven across the skin and into deeper mm and nerve by means of US.
Name 2 Purpose and Effects of Phonophoresis Purpose: to introduce medicinal molecules to a local area without invasion of the skin Effect: Due to increased cell membrane permeability from the US the med molecules are readily absorbed.
What medium is used with Phonophoresis? Sound Waves. Meds are put in gel during US
Created by: Bonnie05