Xuzhou Nova Medical Instrument Co., Ltd.

KJ-6200 Incorporate type Microwave Therapeutic Equipment

KJ-6200 Incorporate type Microwave Therapeutic Equipment
Product Detailed

1.Microwave treatment and physical therapy function on inner or outer cavity.
2.Continious control way.

Main characteristics:

Microwave therapy has been applied for many years in and abroad, its curative effect has generally been affirmed. When the microwave acts on the body organism, it will arouse high frequency vibration of the hydronium, hydrone and dipole in histiocyte. When the output energy of the microwave is low and radiant heat is weak, it can accelerate the local blood circulation, expedite local metabolize, improve local immunity thus it can improve local blood circulation effectively, promote hydrops absorbability, diminish inflammation and acesodyne. When the output energy of the microwave is high and radiant heat is strong, it can cause degeneration, coagulation and necroses of the proteid, so the microwave can cauterize and cut. In operations, the microwave treatment has good hemostasia effect and does little harm to organism (no charring) so to make patient less pain and cost less.

KJ-6200,KJ-6200A,KJ-6200B Microwave Therapy Equipment applies the 2450MHz frequency microwave. When the patients have the physical therapy (using physical therapy radiator), the microwave energy will generate internal source heat after being absorbed by organisms, the effective depth is 3-5cm.When the patients have therapy(using the therapy probe), the probe will focus the microwave energy and act on the touch point between the probe and organism to set heat, cauterize and cut.

 

Product description (incorporate type):

1. High frequency switch-power design, be seasoned with the broad range of power net.
2. The micro-PC blur control, high dependability.
3. Import microwave tube, output efficient.
4. Microwave treatment and physical therapy function on inner or outer cavity.

 



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