The device POLYUS 2M for low-frequency magnetotherapy


Price: 158 900 rub.

Indications:

  • cardiac ischemia;
  • hypertonic disease;
  • respiratory and digestive diseases;
  • peripheral vascular disease;
  • diseases of the musculoskeletal system (including osteochondritis);
  • diseases of the peripheral and central nervous system;
  • diseases of the urinary and reproductive system.

A low-frequency magnetic field improves blood supply to tissues, accelerates vascularization, epithelialization of ulcer surfaces, wound healing, and reparative regeneration.
The physiotherapeutic apparatus “Pole-2M” for low-frequency magnetotherapy is an effective remedy for itching, edema, various inflammations, as well as for improving tropisms. The apparatus “Polyus-2M” is used in physiotherapy departments of medical, medical and preventive institutions.
Appointment: therapeutic effect of a low-frequency magnetic field on any part of the patient’s body.
The shape of the current supplying the inductors: sinusoidal, pulsating.

 

Technical characteristics of physiotherapy equipment

Low-frequency magnetotherapy “Polyus-2M”
Type of magnetic field sinusoidal, pulsating
Number of channels 2
The largest amplitude value of magnetic induction, mT
while powered by a sinusoidal current 50
while powered by a pulsating current 75
The number of steps of the intensity of magnetic induction 4
Types of Inductors solenoid intracavitary rectangular (work surface 20 cm2) round (work surface 100 cm2)
Number of Inductors 7
Inductors continuous, intermittent
Duration of parcels and pauses in intermittent mode, s 2
The frequency of the pulsating current supply, Hz 10, 17, 25, 50
AC powered 220 V 50 Hz
Power consumption, VA 150
Execution of the device trolley-mountedtd>
Weight kg 35

 

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Magnetotherapy and its properties

Magnetotherapy is a method of treating a wide variety of diseases, which is based on the effect of a magnetic field on the human body.

The principal difference between magnetotherapy and other methods of physiotherapy is its effect on the whole body , a simultaneous positive effect on the endocrine, nervous, lymphatic and cardiovascular systems, as well as on redox processes in the body and metabolism.

Magnetic fields relieve pain and inflammation, reduce swelling in tissues, reduce the activity of the blood coagulation process, stimulate restoration processes in tissues (especially in bone and cartilage) and improve their nutrition.

Magnetotherapy treatment – a safe method of physiotherapy

Indications for magnetotherapy

Magnetotherapy is necessary for such diseases:

  • Rheumatoid arthritis in mild to moderate severity;
  • Osteoarthrosis;
  • Osteochondritis;
  • Psoriatic erythrodermia;
  • Slowly healing fractures, wounds and trophic ulcers;
  • Chronic venous insufficiency and thrombophlebitis;
  • Consequences of burns;
  • Allergic and itchy skin dermatoses;
  • Female chronic inflammatory diseases in the acute stage;
  • IHD (initial degree of angina pectoris);
  • Hypertension of the I and II stages;
  • Atherosclerosis and other head problems;
  • Neurosis and insomnia;
  • Subacute and chronic inflammation of the eyes;
  • Gastrointestinal diseases (peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum both during remission and during exacerbation and gastritis, inflammation and biliary dyskinesia, chronic and subacute pancreatitis, chronic hepatitis and prolonged treatment of acute hepatitis, non-ulcer colitis, pain after gastric resection);
  • ENT diseases (vasomotor and chronic rhinitis, sinusitis and frontitis, chronic pharyngitis and otitis media, laryngitis, tracheitis);
  • Bronchopulmonary diseases (prolonged acute pneumonia, chronic bronchitis, non-hormone-dependent bronchial asthma, inactive tuberculosis);
  • Dentistry (periodontal disease, gingivitis, sores on the oral mucosa, acute arthritis of the temporomandibular joint, fracture of the lower jaw, wounds after surgery and trauma);
  • Chronic and subacute diseases of the genitourinary system (cystitis, pyelonephritis, urethritis, prostatitis, impotence);
  • Postoperative and traumatic pain.

Magnetotherapy has contraindications:

  • Individual intolerance to magnetic exposure.
  • Acute purulent infections.
  • Tendency to bleeding.
  • Malignant tumors.
  • Heart failure and hypertension in the III stage.
  • Acute cerebrovascular and coronary circulation disorders.
  • Hypotension.
  • The presence of a pacemaker in the body.
  • Severe mental disorders.
  • Pregnancy.
  • Some endocrine diseases.

The benefits of magnetotherapy.

Magnetotherapy has many advantages compared with other methods of treatment: it is well tolerated by patients, painless, has a fairly wide list of indications, does not require special expenses and the use of complex equipment.

Of all the methods of physiotherapy, this one is the mildest and most gentle.

Magnetotherapy is well tolerated by those to whom other procedures are contraindicated due to age or state of health – elderly people, weakened patients.

Besides, since magnetic fields penetrate through any surface and medium, they are successfully used in the presence of gypsum, ointment deposits, or any other medical devices.

Before using magnetic therapy devices, consult a doctor!

 

Attention! The manufacturer reserves the right to change the characteristics of the product, its appearance and completeness without prior notice to the client.

 

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