BS-SWD100 Extracorporeal Short Wave Diathermy Machine
BS-SWD100 extracorporeal short wave diathermy machine is to place the part of the human body (lesion) as a medium between two polar plates, and the energy of the electromagnetic field is absorbed by the tissue and converted into heat energy to enhance blood circulation, improve local metabolism, and reduce muscle mass. And the tension of connective tissue, enhance the phagocytic ability of leukocytes, regulate immune function, etc., so as to achieve the purpose of treating subacute and chronic inflammation of body tissue.
The working frequency of 27MHz is in line with the national medical frequency, which can effectively penetrate the lesions and significantly reduce the incidence of subcutaneous fat overheating. No surgery, no hospitalization, no intubation, non-invasive, painless, and non-interventional treatments are in full compliance with the new concept promoted by the World Health Organization (WHO). The treatment is safe, comfortable, without complications and sequelae, which is unmatched by other treatment methods. It has high power, stable thermal field, uniform distribution, short treatment time, quick effect, wide application range and remarkable curative effect, and can rapidly improve clinical symptoms.
How Does Short-Wave Diathermy Work?
Short wave diathermy is a distinguished form of diathermy (different than ultrasound and microwave) which involves sending high-frequency waves throughout the patient’s body and into the affected tissues. The energy waves are sent from condenser plates located on either side of the tissue being treated. Typical short wave diathermy machines operate at a frequency of 27.33 MHz and have wave lengths of 11 meters.
Similar to other methods for applying energy to the body, short wave diathermy can be applied in two distinct modes: continuous or pulsed. When continuous mode is used, the tissue being targeted becomes heated as the waves constantly convey energy to them. Pulsed mode is used when less heat is desired for the affected tissue. When short wave diathermy is applied in pulse mode, the mechanical effects of the treatment are applied independent of the thermally affecting (heating) the tissue. One of the most promising applications of pulsed mode is it is able to facilitate increased flexibility and joint mobilization for restoration of joint range of motion. Short-wave diathermy includes non-thermal benefits as well including:
- Acceleration of cell growth
- Enabling damaged cells to return to normal function
- Increase wound healing
What Conditions Can Short-Wave Diathermy Treat?
Short-wave Diathermy can be effective in providing some relief and treatment of symptoms related to:
- back pain
- muscle spasms
- sprains and strains
- bone injuries
|Functionality||Applicator||Expanded range of indications|
|Clean, easy and quick to use – fitting in with every practice procedure. Its low weight facilitates mobile usage in any treatment room.||Electrical energy is applied through a flexible applicator that is easy to position.||The possibility of applying continuous and pulsed energy opens up a wide range of treatment options.|