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Why Doctors Recommend This Machine

Nov 23rd 2010 at 7:26 AM

I work with a Company called Renua Medical. We have an FDA cleared Neuromuscular Electronic Stimulator. The many uses include elimination of most urinary incontinence, relaxation of muscles, increased circulation to remove edema, and treatment of muscle atrophy from disuse due to surgery, injury or stroke. Increased blood flow from muscle stimulation helps bedsores heal, and many diabetic neuropathy patients have had scheduled amputations cancelled with just a few treatments. Here is some information about the neuro stimulator.

The claims specifically allowed in the NeuroCare FDA 510K certification are as follows:

These FDA Indications Can Apply Within Your Practice.

·INCREASED LOCAL BLOOD CIRCULATION

·MUSCLE RE-EDUCATION

·RELAXATION OF MUSCLE SPASMS

·MAINTAINING OR INCREASING RANGE OF MOTION

·PREVENTION OR RETARDATION OF DISUSE ATROPHY

·POSTSURGICAL CALF STIMULATION TO PREVENT VENOUS THROMBOSIS

    The Neurocare 10004PXP (XP) offers the highest voltage possible at the lowest amperage. Amperage is the painful part of electricity. The XP has a higher output than any other electrical stimulator on the market today. Most units on the market invoke only the active muscle fibers at a maximum of 125 volts at 90 milliamps, but patients can normally tolerate a maximum of about 10 milliamps of current. Therefore, conventional EMS units very seldom reach the potential of 90 milliamps due to patient discomfort. A setting of 10 milliamps on conventional muscle stimulators produces only 30 volts. Thus they cannot saturate the active muscle fibers to reach the inactive muscle fibers.

   The XP achieves the 440 volts at just over 4 milliamps of current. The XP can invoke the inactive muscle fibers (inactive due to injury, trauma, disuse, etc.) at a maximum of 440 volts.

   The reason NeuroCare has this ability is that it uses a special type of AC (alternating current) output, whereas the other stimulators use DC (direct current) output. NeuroCare's proprietary technology is unmatched in the history of NeuroMuscular Electrical Stimulator devices and the results prove it.

   The system is very user friendly, and applicable for in-clinic or in-home use by the physician, patient or caregiver. Patients are able to obtain a prescription for this product so that they are able to use this product in their homes. The units can be purchased or rented by physicians or their patients.

    I would like to set up an appointment and demonstrate the product. I believe the unit and our copyrighted, proprietary Treatment Protocols can really make a difference in the lives of your patients.

Oh...and Did We Mention, Our Products Have Been Doctor Recommended For The Past Decade!  

    

Thank You.  Gustavo Zaldivar Business: 702-265-1215 e-mail: gustowinz@yahoo.com Website: http://RenuaMedical.ws
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