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MICHELANGELO

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MICHELANGELO is an ELF magneto therapeutic unit designed for

in ambulatori or at patient home professional applications,

it is especially proper in the therapies that requie repeated treatments..

 

for lasting a long period or therapies on traumatized or for any reason immobilized patient.

MICHELANGELO generates magnetic field (ELF) characterized by: Low frequency, Negligible electric field, Low radiated power, Negligible thermal effects, High tissue penetration.

MICHELANGELO has a 5 graphic display which allows the interactive control of the unit through simple controls located on the frontal panel or through infrared remote control.
 
MICHELANGELO Classic can have at same time connected a couple of plain transducers and a cylindrical transducer. The couple of plain transducers and the cylinder can be activated either contemporarily or one a time.
  • High luminosity graphic display
  • Controls of the unit made by knob, keys or optional remote control
  • Automatic recognition of the connected accessory (model Classic)
  • Planning sequence of up to 3 treatment phases
  • About 80 stored therapeutic protocols
  • 240 customized programs
  • Memorization of the programs on unit or through software
  • Carriage easiness for at home treatment
  • Arranged fixing of the unit to the trolley

 

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