Rikta emitter Douche1 Laser pulse power 50 Watt Aperture 20X20 cm
Emitter is intended for therapeutic non-invasive treatment of large pathology zones. The main difference between the DUSH-1-04 emitter and the conventional basic emitter is that due to the increase in laser and infrared diodes (6 diodes of each type), the area of irradiation of the pathological field is increased (the impact zone), in comparison with the usual basic emitter by 5 times and is 20 square centimeters.
This enables faster and more efficient treatment of large pathological zones in patients: burns, surface vein phlebitis, trophic ulcers, skin diseases (psoriasis, lichen planus, alopecia areata, etc.).
ADVANTAGE OF THE EMITTER DUSH 1(50)-04
An advantage of the DUSH 1(50)-04 emitter ahead of the standard emitter T1-04 is also that it is highly effective in various bone pathologies, in particular: bone fractures, calcaneal spurs, coxarthrosis of the femoral head, arthritis and arthrosis, Bekhterev's disease.
Note! For the treatment of children under 14 years, the power of laser and infrared radiation needs to be reduced, please carefully read the methodological recommendations that are attached to each device.
The emitter 1(50)-04 is widely used in cosmetology practice, for the treatment of facial skin in order to improve skin blood flow, and consequently, improve the trophism (nourishment) of the skin.
Another advantage of the DUSH-1(50)-04 emitter lies in the fact that when exposed to large areas, where large vessels enter the irradiation zone, there is no need for hemotherapy
However, it should be remembered that when laser radiation is applied to areas where large vessels pass, the power of laser and infrared radiation should be reduced to 25%. In the treatment of liver and kidney pathologies, the power of laser and infrared radiation should also be reduced to 25% with a gap between the skin and the emitter of 1.5-2 cm.
FACTORS OF EXPOSURE:
Pulse infrared laser radiation (40 W, 905 nm);
Pulsing broadband infrared radiation (60 mW, 875 nm);
Pulsating radiation in the red (visible) part of the spectrum (7 mW, 640 nm);
A constant magnetic field (35 mTl).