Bodymed Analog Tens Model 250 Features & Benefits
- Great for Pain Relief on the go.
- A trio of Operative Modes for the best experience.
- Dual Isolated channels for better output.
- Monitor treatment on the easy-to-read analog display.
- The timer is included so you can pace your Healing.
- Safety-first construction includes protective caps over adjustment knobs to avoid injury from accidental amplitude changes.
- Powered by a single 9-volt battery.
- Pulse frequency: 2Hz-120Hz (adjustable).
- Pulse intensity: 0-80mA (adjustable) into 500 ohm load.
- Pulse width: automatically varied in a 6-second interval.
Analog 250 TENS Unit Parts Description:
- CH1 Indicator Light
- CH1 Output Receptacle
- CH1 ON/OFF and amplitude control
- CH2 ON/OFF and amplitude control
- CH2 Output receptacle
- CH2 Indicator light
- Control panel
- Slide cover
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How to connect BodyMed Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator?
- Make the skin ready. Always use mild soap and water to clean the electrode location. Rinse thoroughly and blot dry completely. Any excess hair should be trimmed rather than shaved to achieve good electrode contact with the skin. You can utilize a skin treatment or preparation that your doctor or licensed practitioner has prescribed.
- Connect lead wires to the electrodes. Connect the lead wires to the electrodes before applying them to the skin.
- Place electrodes on the skin. Place the electrodes on the skin as your physician or licensed practitioner recommended. Avoid excessive stretching of the skin when applying electrodes. This is best accomplished by using the electrode and smoothly pressing it in place from the center outward.
- Insert the lead wire connector into the device. Plug the end of the lead wire into the channel output receptacle to be used, pushing the plugin as far as it will go.
- Select treatment settings. Check that the unit is set to the proper settings as your physician or licensed practitioner recommended.
- Adjusting the Amplitude Control knobs. Locate the Amplitude Control knobs at the top of the unit. Slowly turn the Amplitude Control knob for Channel 1 clockwise until you reach the intensity recommended by your physician or licensed practitioner. Always start with the lowest power and increase slowly. Repeat the same process for Channel 2, if appropriate.
How to clean the BodyMed 250 TENS Unit?
- Cleaning the body med tens unit is as simple as washing it off with a damp cloth with mild soap and water. Submerge the equipment in water or other liquids at all times.
- Wipe lead wires with a damp cloth if they become soiled.
- To properly store the device for an extended period, remove the battery from the unit. Put the unit and accessories in the carrying case and keep them in a cool, dry location.
How to Change the Batteries?
When the indicator light dims, the battery should be replaced with a fresh battery.
- Remove the slide cover by pressing the top and sliding down until it is completely removed from the unit. This will reveal the battery compartment.
- Remove the old battery from the device.
- Place a new battery in the compartment. Note the proper polarity alignment indicated on the battery and the compartment.
- Make sure to dispose of the old battery safely.
BodyMed Analog 250 TENS Unit User Manual
- The device must be kept out of reach of children.
- The safety of the device for use during pregnancy or delivery has not been established.
- Do not place electrodes on the front of the throat. This may result in spasms of the laryngeal and pharyngeal muscles.
- Do not place the electrodes over the carotid nerve (the front and sides of the neck).
- The device is not effective for headaches.
- Caution should be used when applying the device to patients suspected of having heart disease. Further clinical data is needed to show if there are adverse side effects on those with heart disease.
- The device may interfere with electronic monitoring equipment (such as ECG monitors and ECG alarms).
- Electrodes should not be placed over the eyes, in the mouth, or internally.
- This device has no curative value. The TENS unit provides a symptomatic treatment that suppresses the sensation of pain which would otherwise serve as a protective mechanism
- TENS devices should be used only under the continued supervision of a physician or licensed practitioner.
- Do not use it on broken skin.
- Treatment effectiveness is highly dependent upon instruction from a person qualified in pain management using TENS.
- If the device treatment becomes ineffective or unpleasant, stimulation should be discontinued until re-evaluation by a physician or licensed practitioner.
- Always turn the device off before applying or removing electrodes.
- The device does not have AAP/APG protection. An explosion hazard is possible if used in the presence of explosives, flammable materials, or flammable anesthetics.
BodyMed TENS Unit 250 Specifications
||Dual, isolated between channels
||Adjustable 0-80 mA peak into 500 II loads each channel, constant current
||2 -120 Hz (adjustable)
||4Oµs - 260µs (adjustable)
||30-, 60-minute, and continuous mode
This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear of the product, and it is null and void if the product housing has been removed or if it malfunctions due to an accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, incorrect application, defective batteries, improper installation, setup, adjustments, improper maintenance, alteration, improper adjustment of controls, modification, power surges, commercial use of the product, or use of the product that deviates from the recommended use.
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