Monday, June 25, 2012

ICU Electrical Hospital Beds and Ward Furniture

AMP offer Hospital Furniture/Ward Equipments is known for quality and is popular equally in the domestic and international market. Click the links to go through it: Hospital Furniture
  • Frame work made of Rectangular M.S Tube.
  • MS Performed Sheet platform in four sections.
  • Back Rest, Knee Rest, TB/RTB and Hi-Lo Positions obtained by electric actuator operate by hand remote system.
  • ABS moulded head and foot Panels.
  • ABS tuck away safety side Railing.
  • Telescopic IV Rod with two Locations
  • Bed Mounted on 125mm Dia Castor with central Braking system.
  • Overall Size: 210L x 90W X 50-70 Hcms.
  • Finish: Epoxy Powder Coated.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

What is Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)

Pocket TENS


Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a therapy that uses low-voltage electrical current for pain relief.
You do TENS with a small, battery-powered machine about the size of a pocket radio. Usually, you connect two electrodes (wires that conduct electrical current) from the machine to your skin. The electrodes are often placed on the area of pain or at a pressure point, creating a circuit of electrical impulses that travels along nerve fibers.
When the current is delivered, some people experience less pain. This may be because the electricity from the electrodes stimulates the nerves in an affected area and sends signals to the brain that block or "scramble" normal pain signals. Another theory is that the electrical stimulation of the nerves may help the body to produce natural painkillers called endorphins, which may block the perception of pain.
You can set the TENS machine for different wavelength frequencies, such as a steady flow of electrical current or a burst of electrical current, and for intensity of electrical current. Your physical therapist, acupuncturist, or doctor usually determines these settings.
After you receive an introduction to and instruction in this therapy, you can do TENS at home.

What is TENS used for?

People use TENS to relieve pain for several different types of illnesses and conditions. They use it most often to treat muscle, joint, or bone problems that occur with illnesses such as osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia, or for conditions such as low back pain, neck pain, tendinitis, or bursitis. People have also used TENS to treat sudden (acute) pain, such as labor pain, and long-lasting (chronic) pain, such as cancer pain.
Although TENS may help relieve pain for some people, its effectiveness has not been proved.

Is TENS safe?

Experts generally consider TENS to be safe, although the machine could cause harm if misused. Have your physical therapist or doctor show you the proper way to use the machine, and follow these instructions carefully.
Always tell your doctor if you are using an alternative therapy or if you are thinking about combining an alternative therapy with your conventional medical treatment. It may not be safe to forgo your conventional medical treatment and rely only on an alternative therapy.
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Saturday, June 2, 2012

What are The Indications and Contraindications of Knee CPM(Continous Passive Motion)?

Knee CPM (continuous passive motion) allows knee movement in controlled range of motion (ROM) to prevent joint stiffness and development of scar tissue. Its helps in reducing pain, swelling and regaining post operative ROM. Moreover, it was found to provide psychological well-being to the patient using CPM by many researchers.

·         Knee replacement surgery
·         Fractures (patellar, tibial plateau, femoral)
·         Ligament repair (eg. Anterior cruciate ligament repair)
·         Arthroscopic surgery (meniscectomies and patellectomies)
·         Post Carticel (autologous cultured condrocytes) procedures
·         Arthrolysis

·         Unstable fractures
·         Uncontrolled infections
·         Spastic paralysis

BY Dr Mansi Gupta
                                                                  (BPT, MSc(Musculor Skeletal, England))


Friday, June 1, 2012

Products Rehabilitation of Elbow and Hands AMP CONTINUOUS PASSIVE MOTION UNIT (Elbow and Hand)

A newly designed products By AMP for rehabilitation of Elbow and Hand. Study Below for its Features:  

PANKAJ Elbow CPM, a micro-computer controlled unit, represents the latest breakthrough in CPM technology. Solid state circuitry control panel with highly visual LED Digital readouts allows Flexion and Extension of Elbow joint through a prefixed Range of Motion and Time. Wrist rotation and Wrist roll movement can also be achieved. Unit is fitted on mobile Electrical Jack to adjust height according to patient requirement. Comes with necessary accessories for Supination / Pronation, Wrist Roll and Elbow passive motions. 
  • Therapy Modes. : SIX, Mobilization Modes for Continuous, Intermittent and Progressive passive movements.
  • ROM Setting. : Programmable from 00 to 130deg for Elbow movements. And
  • : -90 to +90 for Wrist movements.
  • Pause Time. : Programmable Extension / Flexion Pauses from 00 to 99 seconds.
    Treatment Time. : Programmable from 01 to 99 min.
    Inching Switch. : Flexion or Extension starting position can be set according to the need of patient.
    Memory/Programme : 80 Pre-set treatment patterns are stored in memory.
    Open Programmes. : 20 programmes are Free to store your own patterns.
    Displays. : Digital display of ROM settings Pause Time, Treatment Time and Graphic display of Mobilization modes.
    Height Adjustment : Electrically, by Push button switches.
    Arm Settings. : Right or Left arm can be set & exercised by little adjustments.
    Patient Safety : Patient Stop/interrupt treatment with hand held switch.
    Power Supply : 200-240 V AC at 50-60 Hz.