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PTI electrodes

QuestionAnswer: IndicationsWhy?
AC symmetric biphaseic 2 electrodes (small area) release opiates (due to uncomfortable response), overwhelm pain signal by stimulating other mechanoreceptors
AC assymetric biphasic MS contraction (innervated ms) Pain (secondary) release opiates (due to uncomfortable response), overwhelm pain signal by stimulating other mechanoreceptors.Builds on ions, bec it is assymetric
Pre mod 2 Electrode pain small area *release opiates (due to uncomfortable response), overwhelm pain signal by stimulating other mechanoreceptors.Builds on ions, bec it is assymetric(goes deeper)
Quad 4 electrodes pain medium area *release opiates (due to uncomfortable response), overwhelm pain signal by stimulating other mechanoreceptors.Builds on ions, bec it is assymetric(goes deeper)
Quad vector 4 electrode pain medium area even larger than quad but not all machines have this option *release opiates (due to uncomfortable response), overwhelm pain signal by stimulating other mechanoreceptors.Builds on ions, bec it is assymetric(goes deeper)
stereo 6 pain large area *release opiates (due to uncomfortable response), overwhelm pain signal by stimulating other mechanoreceptors.Builds on ions, bec it is assymetric(goes deeper)
DC MEDS dennervated ions, ms contraction, stimulationg the ms not the nerve
Peripheral nerve DC Dennervated
Spinal cord AC Innervated
high volt DC wound healing, edema, NOT pushing meds, pushing ions pushes edema away (edema contains negative ions)
Russian MS contraction (innervated) more comfortable and stonger, Pain, secondary burst, builds up ions for stimulationg the nerve
tetanic frequence 33-55
edma charge and black wire charge negative
Created by: Enas85