External Shock Wave Therapy Systems, Electrohydraulic, Dermatologic

Definition : External shock wave therapy (ESWT) electrohydraulic systems designed for dermatologic procedures. These systems typically consist of an electrically powered main unit (i.e., a console) that includes electrohydraulic shock wave generators and handpieces with appropriate characteristics (e.g., frequency, energy level) for dermatologic treatments. When a high voltage is developed across the electrodes placed on a water-filler tank, the discharge of energy generates a vaporization bubble that expands and then collapses with the result of a high-energy pressure (e.g., 500 bar) wave (i.e., the shock wave) typically in the ultrasound frequency spectrum . Electrohydraulic ESWT systems are intended to trigger biological actions on the skin and subcutaneous tissue cells; they are used for the treatment of diseases such as wounds and diabetic ulcers.

UMDC code : 34344

U.S.companies only
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1-2 of 2 Match(es).

Medispec Ltd

Company Type: Parent

Medispec – a leading Shock Wave Therapy (SWT) systems manufacturer — is making waves in the global medical community. A twenty year track record of providing high performance shock wave technology systems customized to client needs has made Medispec the company to turn to for non-invasive cardiology, urology, orthopedic, physiotherapy, and cellulite control applications.

Sanuwave Health Inc

Company Type: Parent

1-2 of 2 Match(es).


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